CRJS 5510 - Trafficking
3 credit hours
Provides an overview of human and nonhuman trafficking with a specific focus on international and domestic trafficking. Through readings, class discussion, and other multimedia presentations this course will critically examine the following topics: definitions and statistics regarding the size and scope of the global sex and human trafficking trade, the role of organized crime and the pimp-prostitute-john system of sex trafficking; the scope, size and examples of nonhuman trafficking, the role of the Internet and cryptocurrency on trafficking of humans and nonhumans, current intervention and prevention efforts; current trends in research, policies, and lawmaking; and survivors’ experiences.
Registration restrictions may be bypassed by the department with permission of instructor.
Registration Restriction(s): Criminal Justice Victimology Specialization students
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