Sex Work Now

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Rosie Campbell, Maggie O'Neill
Routledge, 13 mag 2013 - 320 pagine
Sex Work Now provides an authoritative overview of female sex work and policy in the UK, and addresses a number of key contemporary issues and debates. These include sex worker unionization, migrant sex work and trafficking, communities and sex work, male clients of sex workers, the policing of prostitution, zoning of street sex work, young people and sexual exploitation, drug use and sex work, exiting, violence and sex work. Throughout the book is shaped by the lives and experiences of sex workers themselves drawing on applied, policy or participatory action research. This book approaches the subject from an interdisciplinary perspective, cutting across conventional boundaries of sociology, criminology, politics and social policy. Contributors to the book include academics, researchers, practitioners and activists who are among the leading commentators on prostitution in the UK. provides overview of sex work in UK considers impact of recent legislation and policy, especially Sex Offences Act 2003 focus on lives and experiences of sex workers themselves
 

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Indice

1 Out of touch and out of time? The contemporary policing of sex work
1
creating discursive spaces for genuine consultation and inclusion
33
the way forward?
62
the indoor sex markets in Britain
92
migration and the sex industry
116
the final solution to prostitution?
141
the links problems and possible solutions
169
young peoples voices within policy and practice
190
men or monsters?
212
10 Support services for women working in the sex industry
235
11 Sex workers in the Labour Movement
263
Index
290
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