New Sociologies of Sex Work

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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.

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London: Taylor and Francis Ltd. Sanders, T. Removing the fear of crime: The role of regulation in creating safer spaces for sex workers.

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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.

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