Re-thinking Prostitution: Feminism, Sex, and the Self

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P. Lang, 2000 - Psychology - 160 pages
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Prostitution is a difficult issue, particularly for feminists. Are prostitutes victims of exploitation or the most honest of women? Are clients perverts or just acting instinctively? Should prostitution be eliminated or supported? This book examines these contemporary questions and offers a way of thinking about the issues, which does not rely on these inappropriate and often ineffectual options. Repositioning the institution and its main players outside the confines of the prostitution debate offers new and exciting ways of thinking and acting for all those interested in moving this discussion into the twenty-first century.

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Contents

Introduction
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Chapter
13
The Deviant Prostitute
21
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

The Author: Belinda J. Carpenter is Lecturer in the School of Justice Studies, Faculty of Law, at Queensland University of Technology. She received her Ph.D. in women's studies from Griffith University. Dr. Carpenter has presented and published widely on prostitution.

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