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Human Trafficking Across Globe

An investigation into the global problem of human trafficking, beginning with ancient societies and ending with contemporary forms of trafficking and slavery. Explores the roles of war, genocide, colonialism, and globalization in allowing human trafficking to flourish and analyzes why and how it persists today. Prerequisite: 24 ISP credits, including ITW 101 and QL. Spring.

Section: IHHGS-381-01C
Credits: 4
Faculty: Ashley L Greene
Days: TR
Times: 12:00PM‑3:55PM (TR)
Start/End Date: 05/16/22 - 07/08/22
Instruction Method: Online Course
Comments: An interdisciplinary investigation into the global problem ofhuman trafficking, beginning with ancient societies and endingwith contemporary forms of trafficking and slavery. Explores theroles of war, genocide, colonialism, and globalization inallowing human trafficking to flourish and analyzes why and howit persists today.

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