Human Trafficking

Nsonwu, M. B., Welch-Brewer, C., Cook-Heffron, L., Lemke, M., Busch-Armendariz, N. B., Sulley, C., et al (2015). Development and validation of an instrument to assess social work students’ perceptions, knowledge, and attitudes about human trafficking: an exploratory study. Research on Social Work Practice. doi: 10.1177/1049731515578537

Busch-Armendariz, N.B., Nsonwu, M.B., & Cook Heffron, L. (2014). A Kaleidoscope: The role of the social work practitioner and the strength of social work theories and practice in meeting the complex needs of people trafficked and the professionals that work with them. International Social Work, 57(1), 7-18.

McNeil, M., Held, T., & Busch-Armendariz, N.B. (2014). Answering the call: creating an interdisciplinary medical home for survivors of human trafficking. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 124(2), 611-615.

Faulkner, M., Mahapatra, N., Cook-Heffron, L., Nsonwu, M. & Busch-Armendariz, N. (2013). Moving Past Victimization and Trauma toward Restoration: Mother Survivors of Sex Trafficking Share Their Inspiration. International Perspectives in Victimology, 7 (2), 46-55.

Busch-Armendariz, N. B., Nsonwu, M., & Heffron, L. C. (2011). Human trafficking victims and their children: Assessing needs and vulnerabilities and strengths and survivorship. The Journal of Applied Research on Children, 2 (1), 1 – 19.

Busch-Armendariz, N.B., Nsonwu, M.B., & Cook Heffron, L. (2009). Understanding human trafficking: The development of typologies of traffickers. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Digital Commons. (not blind peer reviewed)

Busch, N.B., Fong, R., Williamson, J. (2004). Human trafficking and domestic violence: Comparison in research methodology needs and strategies, The Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation: An International Publication, 5 (2), 137-147.