Contents: Introduction: new sociologies of sex work in perspective, Sarah Kingston and Teela Sanders; Part I Prostitution Policy: Then and Now: Flappers, amateurs and professionals: the spectrum of promiscuity in s 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 on New Zealand, Lynzi Armstrong.
Part II Methodology: Doing Sex Work Research: 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.
See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books.
Add to Wishlist. USD Decriminalisation, policing and sex work in New Zealand. Laing Eds.
New Sociologies of Sex Work
London: Taylor and Francis Ltd. Sanders, T. Removing the fear of crime: The role of regulation in creating safer spaces for sex workers.
Mythen Eds. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
Women's Studies Journal, 31 2 , Feminist Criminology. Diverse risks, diverse perpetrators: perceptions of risk and experiences of violence amongst street-based sex workers in New Zealand. Screening clients in a decriminalised street-based sex industry: Insights into the experiences of New Zealand sex workers. Reflections on a research process: Exploring violence against sex workers from a feminist perspective.europeschool.com.ua/profiles/kulebaje/mujer-sin-blanca-soltera-busca.php
New sociologies of sex work by Kingston, Sarah, Dr, Sanders, Teela, Hardy, Kate
In Hardy, K. So why does stigma against sex workers persist? The Spinoff, August 6.
View via Publisher. Alternate Sources.
Save to Library. Create Alert. Share This Paper. Citations Publications citing this paper. Sliding down the pole: Lived experiences of sexuality and ageing in the lap dancing industry.