Human Trafficking Research Paper Guidelines
In this course, students will conduct a research project consisting of a 7 to 10-page paper on a particular aspect of human trafficking and a 5 to 10-minute in-class presentation summarizing the findings.
Primary sources are documents, images or artifacts that provide firsthand testimony or direct evidence concerning an historical topic under research investigation. Primary sources are original documents created or experienced contemporaneously with the event being researched. Primary sources enable researchers to get as close as possible to what actually happened during an historical event or time period.
Primary sources can include: