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The system theory describes how individuals go about their daily lives without realizing the effects their surrounds have on them

The system theory describes how individuals go about their daily lives without realizing the effects their surrounds have on them (Anderson, Carter, & Lowe, 1999). An individual’s economic class, home environment, etc. all have an influence how they interact in their environment. Searching for assistance to correct the missing parts of the system can have a positive effect on their behavior (Anderson, Carter, ; Lowe, 1999). The relationship between the data and the systems theory is by observing, training the community and creating policy change. The program staff must observe and analyze all systems that contribute to sex trafficking. They then would create trainings to educate the community on sex trafficking to strengthen the systems. Lastly, advocates would go to city council to advocate for policy change.Through it all, the outreach program is educating the community, and the community is educating others on sex traffickin