Human trafficking is an extreme example of social injustice perpetuated by dominant-subordinate attitudes that condone violence, resulting in significant suffering for individuals and harm to societies.
This book is a comprehensive study of challenges facing service providers who work with trafficked victims of sexual exploitation in northern Germany. The results are discussed from the perspective of the Relational Cultural Theory as well as from the Sexual-Racia Contract Theory.
Their insights offer a vital gateway to sustainable social change and social justice to help end human trafficking.
Dr. Constance L. Gunderson is a social work instructor and human trafficking researcher at HAWK University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hildesheim and the Alice Salomon Hochschule, Berlin, Germany.