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Thursday, January 23, 2020

  • Applying Science to the Particularly “Wicked Problem” of Human Trafficking

    Physical Sciences Building: 160/161: PSB 160/161

    UCF Science Café with guest lecturer Roberto Potter, Ph.D.Professor, Department of Criminal Justice Applying Science to the Particularly “Wicked Problem” of Human Trafficking Human trafficking (labor, sex, domestic servitude and organ harvesting) has been framed in primarily moral and criminal justice terms until recently. Using the legal definitions of human trafficking as our operational/case definition, we will explore how the …

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