Safer sex in the city: The experience and management of street prostitution

Maria Ioannou (Editor), Donna Youngs (Editor), David Canter (Editor)

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Abstract

Throughout history prostitution has always been a source of fierce debate; societies have either grudgingly tolerated it or tried (always unsuccessfully) to ban it. With the emergence of much more overt acceptance of all forms of sexual activity it has become more apparent that sex workers who ply their trade on the streets of our cities are a particularly vulnerable group at risk of violent attacks and assaults. The realization on the implications for such violence on society overall, led to the emergence of this volume. With research gathered from academics and practitioners hailing from various countries and fields, this edited collection will be invaluable for those who want to better understand the experience of street sex workers, the strategies available for managing this trade and how to help reduce the violence against the men and women who conduct it.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherAshgate Publishing Ltd.
Number of pages217
ISBN (Print)9780754626152
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2009

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