6 edition of Prostitution and Public Policy found in the catalog.
May 10, 2008
by Routledge Cavendish
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Should Prostitution Be a Crime? If Amnesty’s international board approves a final policy in favor of decriminalization in the next month, it Author: Emily Bazelon. Under the July Monarchy, a medical hygienist and sewer specialist, Alexandre Parent du Châtelet published in the book Of the prostitution in the city of Paris, considered in terms of public hygiene, morality and administration: a book supported by statistical documents drawn from the archives of the Prefecture of Police, which will remain the reference study on prostitution for .
The purpose of the book is to describe and analyse prostitution policy – how it is formulated, how it is implemented, and what outcomes it leads to. The analysis in this book departs from the presumption that in Europe, at least since the 19th century, prostitution has been a pressing concern for professional elites and nascent state. exclusively on its sexual element, prostitution’s role in trafficking is the most prominent in public discours n, ds. e. This paper explores the relationship between prostitution and sex trafficking, examining the use of prostitution-based policies as a tool for combating sex trafficking and assessing the value of focusingFile Size: KB.
Read this book on Questia. While widely acknowledged as the world's oldest profession, and often glamorized or demonized in the media, prostitution is a critical part of American culture and its economy, as well as a social problem in need of an updated public policy. Get this from a library! Vicious circle: prostitution, reform and public policy in Chicago, [Mary Linehan].
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"This book takes as its focus the social, policy and political dilemmas posed by female street prostitution. Against the backcloth of increasing public concern and the divided feminist views on intervention, Matthews charts a careful and well thought out path for a critical realist intervention on street by: 5.
Reviews "This book takes as its focus the social, policy and political dilemmas posed by female street prostitution. Against the backcloth of increasing public concern and the divided feminist views on intervention, Matthews charts a careful and well thought out path for a critical realist intervention on street prostitution.
Prostitution and Public Policy. The Nordic Model Versus the Pimping of Prostitution Abstract In this review of recent books on public policy and prostitution, Julie Bindel’sThe Pimping of Prostitutionis sympathetically reviewed. Her thesis, that the libertarian movement seeking to remove prostitution from legalAuthor: Christopher Adam Bagley.
PDF | On Jan 1,Christopher Adam Bagley and others published Prostitution and Public Policy: The Nordic Model Versus the Pimping of Prostitution | Find, read and cite all. Conducts research on prostitution, pornography and trafficking, and offers education and consultation to researchers, survivors, the public and policymakers.
Their goal is to abolish the institution of prostitution while at the same time advocating for alternatives to trafficking and prostitution - including emotional and physical healthcare. Prostitution Control in America: Rethinking Public Policy Article (PDF Available) in Crime Law and Social Change 32(1) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Book Description. Once again, prostitution occupies a prominent position on public and political agendas, both nationally and internationally.
A topic of concern and interest within social and academic realms, it is a highly moralised, contested issue that is at the centre of heated and drawn-out debates. Most discussions about approaches to regulating prostitution occur at the national level—battles, for example, between prohibition and legalization.
In reality, however, the impact of prostitution is felt most keenly at the local level, and it is local measures that can have the greatest effect. This book explores various approaches to regulating prostitution and other sex work at the local.
More than 40 researchers from around the world contributed to the book, which is divided into six parts: Supply and Demand, Sex Workers in Developing Countries, Men Who Have Sex With Men, Law and Policy, History of Prostitution Law, and Externalities: Sexually Transmitted Infections and Sexual Exploitation.
The reasons why prostitution has moved up the social and political agenda in recent years are discussed by Matthews in Prostitution, Politics and Policy.
The book provides an overview of what Matthews defines as some of the dominant theories and viewpoints on prostitution that gave rise to four major policy options—regulationism, legalization Author: Nicoletta Policek. Until the late s, street prostitution was dealt with under the vagrancy provisions of the Criminal Code, which allowed for the arrest of ‘common prostitutes’ found in public places.
Following changes in the interpretation of the law in the late s that made it more difficult to arrest prostitutes, police forces and residents' groups.
Prostitution, Harm and Gender Inequality: Theory, Research and Policy By Maddy Coy Routledge, Read preview Overview Prostitution in the Digital Age: Selling Sex from the Suite to the Street By R. Barri Flowers Praeger, In the past two decades there has been little critical examination of the prevailing methods of controlling prostitution in the United States.
This article examines selected problems in the control of prostitution in the United States and critically assesses three major alternatives to the prevailing policy of criminalization.
Alternative approaches are evaluated using the criteria Cited by: This is the first book to address the contradictions in current policy on prostitution in England and Wales and will be of interest to academics, postgraduate students and policy makers in criminal justice, as well as in other areas, including children and.
While widely acknowledged as the world's oldest profession, and often glamorized or demonized in the media, prostitution is a critical part of American culture and its economy, as well as a social problem in need of an updated public policy. In Prostitution Policy, Lenore Kuo combines feminist social research and legal studies to tackle issues Cited by: Prostitution Policy and Law: What are the Options.
This article, the second in a two-part series, looks at legal and policy approaches to prostitution and why the Nordic Model is the human rights and equality-based approach. Prostitution has become an extremely topical issue in recent years and attention has focused both on the situation of female prostitutes and the adequacy of existing forms of regulation.
Prostitution, Politics & Policy brings together the main debates and issues associated with prostitution in order to examine the range of policy options that are available. Buy Prostitution: Sex Work, Policy & Politics Second by Sanders, Teela, O'Neill, Maggie, Pitcher, Jane (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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In this review of recent books on public policy and prostitution, Julie Bindel’s The Pimping of Prostitution is sympathetically reviewed.
Her thesis, that the libertarian movement seeking to remove prostitution from legal and public policy spheres has done grave harm to the lives of boys, girls and women, is elaborated by quotations from her chapters. This book is an important Author: Christopher Adam Bagley.
"This book takes as its focus the social, policy and political dilemmas posed by female street prostitution. Against the backcloth of increasing public concern and the divided feminist views on intervention, Matthews charts a careful and well thought out path for a critical realist intervention on street : Roger Matthews.
Germany legalized prostitution inand in DecemberCanada’s Supreme Court struck down the country’s anti-prostitution measures. Thailand, meanwhile, has long outlawed sex work, yet Author: Aziza Ahmed.Prostitution and Public Policy eliminate houses of prostitution, but implicit in their conception of the issue was the possibility of regulating prostitution.
Seventeen years later the city council would adopt just such a position and vote to con-fine prostitution to a vice district. As early as the midos a vice district took shape in.