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Prostitution, Politics & Policy

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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.

Governments in different parts of the world have been struggling to develop constructive policies to deal with prostitution - as, for example, the British Home Office recently instigated a £1.5 million programme to help address the perceived problems of prostitution. In the context of this struggle, and amidst the publication of various policy documents, Prostitution, Politics & Policy develops a fresh approach to understanding this issue, while presenting a range of what are seen as progressive and radical policy proposals. Much of the debate around prostitution has been polarized between liberals - who want prostitution decriminalized, normalized and humanized - and conservatives - who have argued that prostitution should be abolished. But, drawing on a wide range of international literature, and providing an overview that is both accessible to students and relevant to policy makers and practitioners, Roger Matthews proposes a form of radical realism that is irreducible to either of these two positions.



Contenu

1. The Emergence of Prostitution as a Significant Social and Political Issue 2. Prostitution Myths 3. Routes into Prostitution 4. Prostitution and Victimisation 5. Leaving Prostitution 6. Regulating Prostitution: International Perspectives 7. Developing a Policy Response

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Titre: Prostitution, Politics & Policy
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781134046669
ISBN: 978-1-134-04666-9
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Editeur: Taylor & Francis
Genre: Droit
nombre de pages: 176
Parution: 18.01.2008
Année: 2008
Sous-titre: Englisch