Sex industry and public policy: proceedings of a conference held 6-8 May 1991
Sally-Anne Gerull, Boronia Halstead, Australian Institute of Criminology
Australian Institute of Criminology, 1992 - Law - 257 pages
Diverse set of papers from contributors ranging from opponents of prostitution such as Reverend Fred Nile to sex workers themselves. Presents overviews of the issues from various perspectives; details of overseas initiatives; an examination of economic aspects; and industrial issues including health and safety, HIV infection, and regulation and policy. No 14 in the 'Conference Proceedings' series.
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