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Socio-Economic Inequality, Human Trafficking, and the Global Slave Trade
The purpose of this paper is to discuss human trafficking within the broader framework of socio-economic inequality. The presence of socio-economic inequality in the world creates a system where those in power very easily dominate and take advantage of those people without power. One of the most serious contemporary effects of inequalities between and within nations is the phenomenon of global sex trade or human trafficking for the purposes of sex. Deriving from unequal power relations, humandoi:10.3390/soc4020148 fatcat:xtmljsuanfhy7pm7rdul5gtnxm