References

 

In Engish
ADB (Asian Development Bank). (1993). Subregional Economic Co-operation: Initial Possibilities for Cambodia, lao PDR, Myanmar Thailand, vietnam and Yunnan Province of the PRD. Manila.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya. (1998a).  Transnational Population and Policy Options forImportation of foreign Labour into Thailand.   Paper presented in the Regional Workshop on "Transnational Migration and Development in ASEAN Countries'organized by Institute for Population and Social research, Mahidol University and IOM, May 25-27.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya and Phillip Guest (1994). "Migrationa and the commercial sex sector in Thailand'. Health Transition Review.  Supplement to Volume 4:273-295.
Asia Watch. (1993).  A Modern Form of Slavery.  New York: Human Right Watch.
Adjayutipokin, ratjai; Kaysorn Chanya; and Piyapan Chanya. (1997).  Study Report on Cambodian Child Labour.   Redd Barna Child Labour Project.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya. (1994). 'Situation Analysis of Trafficking of girls and Child Prostitution Policy in thailand'. in ECPAT, Stop Trafficking Children for Sexual Purposes.  Report of an International Consultation, June 1-3.  End Child Prostitution Association Taiwan, Taipei.
Babbie, Earl. (1995).  The Practice of Social Research.  Seventh Edition.  Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing company.
Banpasirichot, Chantana. (1996).  The Situation of Child Labour in Thaialnd: An Overview. IPEC Thailand Paper NO.1.
Bellamy, Carol (1997).  The State of the World's Children 1997.  UNICEF's publicationby Oxford University Press.
Bernard, R.H. (1995).  Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches.  London: Sage Publications.
Boungyvong, Duongduern. (1995).  Report on the Survey and the Situation Regarding the Trafficking of Children in the Lao PDR.   A research report submitted to UNICEF, Vientiane.
Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights. (1997).  Trafficking in Women and Children for sexual exploitation and trade in Cambodia.  CCPRC Paper, December 1997.
Caouette, Therese. (1998).  Needs Assessment on Cross-border Trafficking in Women and Children - the Mekong sub-region-.   A draft prepared for the UN Working Group on Trafficking in the Mekong Sub-region.
Cotterill, Colin. (1996).  'Activity Report of Child Watch Puket' in Preceedings on Migrant Children: Situation, Problems and ResolutionsOrganised by the Task Force on Migrant Children at Chulalongkorn University, November 13, 1998.
Coomaraswamy, Radhika. (1997).  Report of the Special Rapporteue on Violence Against Women.  United Nations.
CPCR. (1996).  Case Study Report on Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Thailand.  Unpublished Manuscript.  Bangkok: CPCR.
DEPDC (1998).  Report on Laotian Child Workers in Northern Communities.  A research report submitted to Redd Barna - Child Labour Project.
Derks, Annuska. (1997).  Trafficking of Cambodian Women and Children to Thailand.  Pnom Penh: IOM and Center for Advanced Study.
ECPAT. (1997). 1996-1997 Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.  Bangkok: ECPAT International.
ESCAP. (1998).  1997 Population Data Sheet, Bangkok:  ESCAP.
Envipro. (1997).  A Study of KAP Related HIV/AID and Access to Mass Media in 11 HDI-B Townships.  A research report submitted to UNDP, Yangon, Myanmar.
Feingold, David A. (1996).  The Hell of Good Intention: some Preliminary Thoughts on Opium in the Political Ecology of the Trade in Girls and Women.  Paper prepared for Internationsl Conference on 'South China and Mainland S.E. Asia: Cross Border relations in the Post-Socialist Age'.   Centre for Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong, December 4-6.
GAATW, IOM, and CWDA. (1997).  Cambodian and Vietnamese Sex workers along Thai-Cambodian BorderGAATW's Unpublished Manuscript, March 1997.
Guest, Philip and Sureeporn Punpeuing. (1997).   Labour Supply and Demand and International Migration.   Nakhonpathom:  Institute for Population and Social Research, Manidol University.
International Organization for Migration. (1995). 'Trafficking in women: a business that needs to be closed down.'   Trafficking in Migrants-Quarterly Bulletin.  No. 8, September Issue.
Johnson, John M. (1978).  Doing Field Research.  London:  The Free Press.
Johnston, Sarah. (1997).  Trafficking in Women in Asia and Pacific:  A Regional Report.  Paper prepared for the Regional Meeting on 'Trafficking in Women, Forced Labour and Slavery-like Practices in Asia and Pacific'.  Organized by GAATW.  February 19-22.
Kanchanachitra, Churnrurtai. (1997).  Thailand Situation Analysis: Child Labour.  Paper submitted to UNICEF Thailand.
Kim Seam, Sin and ashley Barr (1997).  The Case of Trafficking in Women for Sexual ExploitationPaper prepared for the Regional Conference on 'Illegal Labour Movements: The Case of Trafficking in Women and Children'.  Organized by Mekong Regional Law Centre, Thailand.   November 25-28.
Lao People's Democratic Republic. (1997).   The Situation of Trafficking in Women.  Paper presented for the Regional Conference on 'Illegal Labour Movements: The Case of Trafficking in Women and Children'.  Organized by Mekong Regiona Law Centre, Thailand.  November 25-28.
Lao Women's Union.  (1994).  Country Report on Women in the Lao PDR.  Paper prepared for the 4th World conference in Beijing.
ILO. (1996).  ILO Calls for Immediate Action Against Intolerable Forms of Child Labour.  Geneva: ILO/96/38.
ILO. (1997).  Combat the Most Intolerable Forms of Child Labour:  A Global ChallengeBackground document prepared for the Amsterdam Child Labour Conference, Geneva.  February 26-27.
ILO EASTMAT. (1997).  Cooperation in employment Promotion and Training in the Greater Mekong Subregion.  Final report TA No.5681-REG, submitted to the Asian development Bank, Manila, Philippines.   Bangkok:  ILO Regional Office for Asian and Pacific.
IOM. (1995).  'Trafficking in Women : A Business that Needs to be Closed Down.'  Trafficking in Migrants-Quarterly Bulletin.  No. 8, September 1995.
IPSR. (1998).  Report of the Regional Workshop on Transnational Migration and Development in ASEAN Countries.   Nakornpathom: IPSR.
National Coalition government of the Union of Burma. (1997).  Human Rights Year Book 1996.  Bangkok: NCGUB
Nguyen Phong Hoa. (1997).  The Trafficking in Women and Children - Problems and solutions.  Paper Presented in the Regional Conference on 'Illegal labour Movements:  The Case of Trafficking in Women and Children'.  Organized by Mekong Regional Law Centre, Thailand.  November 25-28.
Silverman, David. (1993).  Interpreting Qualitative Data.  London:  Sage Publications.
Sophea, Mar and Guy Thijs (1997).  Child Labour in Cambodia:  an Overview.  ILO/IPEC Cambodia.
Stensholt, B. (1996).  'The many faces of Mekong Co-opeation' in Stensholt, B. (Ed.) Development Dilemmas in Mekong Region.  workshop proceeding, Monash Asia Institute, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria.
Than, Mya (1997).  'Economic co-operation in the Greater Mekong Subregion' Asian Pacific Economic Literature.  Vol. 11(2): 40-57.
Thongkham, Surasit et al. (1998).  Report on the situation of Laotian Child Labour along the Thai-Laos Border in the Northeast of Thaialand.  A research report submitted to Redd Barna - Child Labour Project.
Trakullertsathien, Chompoo. (1997).  'Crossing the Mekong'.  Bangkok Post, May 3, 1997.
Wiroonrapun, Khemporn and Yupawadee Patano (1998).  Report on Foreign Child Labour: Child Labour from Laos Coming to Work in Bangkok and surrounding Areas.  a research report submitted to Redd Barna - Child Labour Project.
UNCEF. (1997).  Children and Women in Vietnam: A Special Report Hanoi: UNICEF.
UNCEF. (1995).  Children and Women in Myanmar:  A Situation Analysis.  Yangon: UNICEF.
Union of Myanmar. (1997).  Trafficking in Women: A Myanmar Perspective.  Paper presented for the Regional Conference on 'Illegal Labour Movements:  The Case of Trafficking in Women and Children'.  Organized by Mekong Regional Law Centre, Thailand.  November 25-28.
World Health Organization (1997).  An Assessment of the Contraceptive Method Mix in Myanmar.  WHO/HRP/ITT/97.1. Geneva:WHO.
World Vision Thailand. (1997).  A Preliminary Report on Survey of Burmese Sex Workers.  Unpublished paper of World Vision Ranong Office.
In Thailand
Archavanitkul, Kritaya (forthcoming 1998).   What is Really the Number of Child Prostitutes in Thailand?   A paper submitted to the Task Force of Conclusive Numbers of Child Prostitutes in Thailand.  Department of Social Welfare.  Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya (1998b).  Hilltribe and Minority Prostitutes and the Thai and International Trade in Women.   Paper prepared for the Meeting on Status and Life of Hilltribes and Minorities in Thailand.  June 3-4.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya; Wanna Jarusomboon; and Unchalee Wrangrat. (1997).  Complexities and Confusion on Transnational People in Thailand.  Nakhonpathom: Institute for Population and Social Research, mahidol University.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya; and Pornsuk Koetsawang. (1997).  A Passage of Women from Neighbouring Countries to Sex Trade in Thailand.  Nakhonpathom:  Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University.
Archavanitkul, Kritaya; and Varaporn Chamsanit. (1995).  Thai Male Teenagers and the Purchasing Sex Behaviour.   Chiangmai:  Women's Studies Centre, Chiangmai University.
Daily News(A Thai Daily Newspaper) October 9, 1997.
Foundation for Women (1997).  The Report on Research and Actions Programme on Trafficking in Women in Thailand.   Bangkok: Foundation for Women.
Mahathanobon, Vorasak (1996). The Trade of Chinese Prostitutes in Thailand.  Centre of Chinese's Study, Institute of Asia Study, Chulalongkorn Unviersity.
Matichon.  (A thai Daily Newspaper) June 13, 1998.
National Statistical Office. (1998).  Report on the Labour Force Survey.  Bangkok: Office of the Prime Minister.
Serewat, Sudarat. (1998).  'A case of Padong long neck in Mae Eye district:  a case study of trade in transnational people'.  Children Migrants Newslette.  No. 2 (September 1997 - April 1998): 25-26.
In Vietnamese

Cing an Thunh ph? H? Ch? Minh newspaper, special issue on 8 March 1997.
Cing an Nh?n d?n newspaper, monthly issue July 1997.
Huynh Kiem Tien. (1997). Report pn the Trip to Phnom Phen.  March 17-21, 1997.
Tu?i tr? Ch? nh?t newspaper 29 June 1997.

Last updated: 07 June 2000 Arrowback.gif (1004 bytes) arrow.gif (1001 bytes)

Arrownext.gif (999 bytes)

Back

Top

Next


Contact Us

SEAMEO Secretariat, 920 Darakarn Bldg., Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok 10110, Thailand.
Tel (662) 3910144, 3910256, 3910554  Fax (662) 3812587
E-mail library@seameo.org