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IDS:112Sex Trafficking in Global Perspective3

Sex trafficking is a complex social problem with multiple contributing factors both in the United States and on a global level. Interrelated inequities in gender, sex, power, class, opportunity, education, culture politics, race and sexual objectification are among the social phenomena that contribute to sex trafficking. This course examines dynamics of sex trafficking on a local and global level, drawing from interdisciplinary sources and presenting a variety of perspectives. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.