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Shekeena NealDeviant BehaviorApril 26,2017Grambling State UniversityAnnotated Bibliography
Deviant Behavior Annotated Behavior(1). Bales, Kevin. (2000). Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy. San Francisco, California: University of California PressKevin Bales is a professor at a University in Surrey, England. He explains in Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy that he thinks slavery is illegal throughout the world. He describes human trafficking in the book. What is sex trafficking? Sex Trafficking is when a person is force to do something that’s not in their will of power. As Bales stated it’s a money motive. He also thinks that slavery still exist in the world today. Our people in the United States sending our young generation over to different countries to be sold for sex or killed. It very different from the past generation everything was going on in the United States. We explored slavery in Brazil, India, and Thailand. Thailand is where the sex industry keep millions of young people enslaved as prostitutes.(2.)Bell, R.E. 2001. “Sex trafficking: A financial crime perspective.” Journal of financialCrime, November, pp. 165.“Sex trafficking: A financial crime perspective.” Journal of financial is an article about men selling women for money.

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