New Sociologies of Sex Work (Google eBook)
Dr Kate Hardy, Ms Sarah Kingston, Dr Teela Sanders
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Dec 28, 2012 - Social Science - 256 pages
The expansion of sex work studies over the past decade has seen a tendency for research to focus on the more obvious aspects of the sex industry. This cutting edge volume makes an outstanding contribution to the sociology of sex work, advancing theoretical, policy, methodological and empirical ideas within each chapter, and pushing the boundaries of a specific area through new and critical research as well as commentary.
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bout time t update the language writing bout wot all people interested in? u can call a spoon a spoon without distablising the controlling media still I think? or is that sort of honesty disapproved of too?
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