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Course Section Information:
This courses focuses on the global problem of human trafficking of men, women and children for purposes of sexual and labor exploitation. This course reveals variations in human trafficking patterns in different regions of the world and efforts to combat human trafficking by means of prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnership.
Special Section Registration Requirements:
The requirements for this class include: 3 tests (multiple choice/answer, fill in the blank, true/false, matching); and discussion board participation.
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
Printed Textbooks: 1. Shelley, L. (2010). Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective. Cambridge University Press.
2. Kara. S. (2009). Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery. Columbia University Press.
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