In some cases, people with low incomes who have children are being considered slave owners, said the research, which was presented at a meeting of the Association for Child Welfare and Child Care.
This could be because a child is not a free agent in their own life, but is a slave to their parents.
The researchers said it is important to distinguish between the two.
A slave, in contrast, is someone who takes a job or does a service to their master, or they are dependent on the master for a living, the report said.
It is also important to consider the context of a person’s life, and the circumstances surrounding their parents’ death, said study co-author Michael M. Haney, a social work professor at the University of Southern California.
While many studies show that slave owners are the most common type of slave owner, there are also slave owners in poverty, and many slaves are being used in the family business.
For example, children of slave owners who are married are considered to be slave brides, according to the report.
For many years, the United States government has used a different classification to distinguish slaves from free-riders.
The definition of slave is used to classify the non-slave workers in the U.S. workforce, Haney said.
When the U-Haul truck driver dies, that person is considered a slave.
The workers who are free-ranging are classified as non-slavery workers, the study said.
While slavery is a historical term, it is still often used as a social label.
The term “slave” is also used to describe people who are considered “unworthy,” Haney added.
The study looked at the demographics of slavery in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the U, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, South Africa and New Zealand.
The findings show that the vast majority of slaves are free workers in low-income countries, while the majority of slave households are in poverty countries.
However, the percentage of slaves in the world who are poor is higher than in the developed world, the researchers found.
In Britain, more than 80% of the slaves were free-range.
In Canada, the figures were even higher, with 85% of slaves owned by the private sector.
About 12% of those slaves were slaves in Africa, and in Australia, it was 14%, Haney found.
The report said the data showed that most slave households in low income countries were owned by individuals.
However the study did not look at whether those owners were slave owners or not.
The survey of more than 10,000 people in more than 200 countries, territories and territories in the Pacific Rim, Central America and South America found that more than 60% of slave ownership was in the hands of people with no history of social or economic hardship, the authors wrote.
About 50% of people in low economic circumstances owned slaves.
“If slave owners had no history or any economic disadvantage, they would not own slaves, regardless of whether their household members were slaves or free-roamers,” Haneys study said, according the report by the University at Buffalo and the University College London.
The majority of slavery was concentrated in the Caribbean, where about 15% of owners were slaves.
There were no estimates of slave numbers in the Middle East or South Asia, the countries that are the regions most affected by slavery in South Asia.
There are a lot of people who would say slavery is not an issue in the region, said Mandy Wray, a professor at Indiana University and the author of Slavery in the Modern World: The Making of a Global Slavery.
“We’re still trying to figure out why some people who own slaves are so wealthy, why they have so much wealth and why they live in such a rich environment,” she said.
Hanes study focused on data from the first decade of the 20th century and also from the United Nations World Factbook.