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Human Trafficking: A Comprehensive Exploration of Modern Day Slavery is an excellent text for an undergraduate course. It offers a broadly-based description of human trafficking and potential ways to combat it in our communities.
The authors offer an invaluable insight into the complex phenomenon of human trafficking from a historical perspective to modern times. The text is underpinned with relevant definitions, legislation, theoretical perspectives, debates and illustrations. The reader is encouraged to engage in independent study and signposts for further reading are embedded throughout.
Well written, comprehensive, great organization of the information (the whole textbook and each chapter); uses current data. Links to additional information/websites with the most current updates. Great provoking case studies/discussion questions.
This is a contemporary human trafficking textbook which provides the reader with information about the topic in an interesting and engaging manner. The fact that the text explores rarely discussed topics like organ trafficking and forced/child marriage makes it especially intriguing.
Human Trafficking is a comprehensive textbook that would be suitable for students in criminology, social work, and other social science programs. It contains chapters on topics often ignored by other textbooks on the subject, and utilizes engaging narratives throughout the chapters which promote a deeper understanding of this complex issue.
This text is well written and Informative. It is easy to follow and is a must read for information on Human Trafficking.
The book exhibits strong breadth of coverage and identifies key areas of analysis for the study of trafficking. It should work well as a primer for students who are looking for significant coverage of a complex problem area.
Comprehensive and thourough