SOCI 353 - Human Trafficking

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Take SOCI-201. (Required, Previous).
Credit Hours: Min: 3; Max:

Description: An in-depth examination of what human trafficking is, including the many different forms in which it appears, and human trafficking's pervasiveness within the US and around the world. Explanations for why human trafficking occurs, how victims are recruited and entrapped, who is likely to become a perpetrator, and how societies are investigating and responding to these crimes. Societal responses include political policies towards complicit nations, criminal justice system responses to traffickers, and prevention and aftercare for trafficking victims.

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