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SOC 200: Intro. to Sociology (Professor Konczal): Topic Overview

Human Rights (Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence)

Human rights are the basic rights that all people are entitled to by virtue of being human. Most importantly, human rights are inalienable, indivisible, and interdependent. Human rights are inalienable in that they inherently...Read More.

Human Trafficking (The Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health)

Human trafficking is the illegal recruitment, transportation, and trading of humans for sexual exploitation, forced labor, or the removal of organs. Human trafficking is also commonly known as modern-day slavery...Read More.

Social Inequality (Encyclopedia of Aging)

Social inequality encompasses relatively long-lasting differences between groups of people and has considerable implications for individuals, especially "for the rights or opportunities they exercise and the rewards or privileges they enjoy"...Read More.