The course will provide an overview of human trafficking at home and abroad. It will explore the history of human slavery and how human trafficking became modern slavery. Using multiple perspectives, the course will examine the economics, sociology, and psychology related to human trafficking in the U.S., and it impact on families, communities, nations and the global society. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach, the course will consider the collaboration of law enforcement, human service providers, and other social actors in assisting the victims and survivors of this global concern.

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