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New sociologies of sex work

New sociologies of sex work / edited by Kate Hardy, Sarah Kingston and Teela Sanders.
Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., c2010.
xii, 244 p. ; 24 cm.
Other contributors
Hardy, Kate, 1983- Kingston, Sarah. Sanders, Teela.
Includes index.
  • Flappers, amateurs and professionals : the spectrum of promiscuity in 1920s Britain / Samantha Caslin
  • Intent to criminalize : men who buy sex and prostitution policy in the UK / Sarah Kingston
  • Out of the shadows (and into a bit of light) : decriminalization, human rights and street-based sex work in New Zealand / Lynzi Armstrong
  • Tackling taboos : men who pay for sex and the emotional researcher / Natalie Hammond
  • Walking the beat : doing outreach with male sex workers / Mary Whowell
  • New technologies, new territories : using the internet to connect with sex workers and sex industry organizers / Suzanne Jenkins
  • Situating the female gaze : understanding (sex) tourism practices in Thailand / Erin Sanders
  • The place of the Gringo Gulch : space, gender, and nation in sex tourism / Megan Rivers-Moore
  • Taxi dancers: tango labour and commercialized intimacy in Buenos Aires / Maria Törnqvist and Kate Hardy
  • Temporal dimensions of cabaret dancers' circular migration to Switzerland / Romaric Thiévent
  • 'If you shut up, they kill you' : sex worker resistance in Argentina / Kate Hardy
  • 'Just get pissed and enjoy yourself' : understanding lap-dancing as 'anti-work' / Rachela Colosi
  • The diverse vulnerabilities of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans sex workers in the UK / Kath Browne, Mark Cull and Phil Hubbard
  • Repackaging sex : class, crass, and the good vibrations model of sexual retail / Lynn Comella.
Kinsey subjects
Prostitution. Attitudes on prostitution. Prostitution research. Prostitutes.
9780754679868 (hbk. : alk. paper) 0754679861 (hbk. : alk. paper) 9780754699682 (ebk.) 0754699684


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