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Regulating sex/work

Regulating sex/work

from crime control to neo-liberalism?

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Published by Wiley Blackwell in Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prostitution

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jane Scoular and Teela Sanders.
    ContributionsScoular, Jane., Sanders, Teela.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK5295 .R44 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24040138M
    ISBN 109781444333626
    LC Control Number2010002329

    About The Book. Sex Work focuses on the specificities of debates around sex work in the Indian women’s movement over the last decade: the influence of international abolitionism and public health campaigns vs. the construction of sex work as a violation of human rights and women’s right to equality and freedom from exploitation. It offers a serious engagement with different .   Sex work divides feminist opinion like few others issues. The ideological clash – prostitution as violence against women vs simply a job – may never be resolved but where debate coalesces, around proposed legal systems, ideas become concrete and can be logically hashed out. Largely, both sides agree that criminal sanctions against sex workers themselves should .

      Sell, buy or rent Policing Pleasure: Sex Work, Policy, and the State in Global Perspective , we buy used or new for best buyback price with FREE shipping and offer great deals for : To be sure, no debate about reforming, regulating, or abolishing sex work should take place without sex workers involved as full participants. We can and should ask questions about sex work, and we can and should ask these questions in dialogue with sex workers, sex work consumers, and those who neither perform nor consume sex work.

    The book complements another recent book, Prostitution: Sex Work, Policy and Politics by Teela Sanders, Maggie O'Neill and Jane Pitcher. Jo Phoenix's book has a stronger policy orientation. It is thus more effective as a critique of recent government policy, but also -- hopefully -- more likely to become out of date as official policy changes.5/5(1).   Regulating Prostitution: Social Inclusion, Responsibilization and the Politics of Prostitution Reform Jane Scoular. reflects this very complex social issue and resists collapsing the structural and material conditions of contemporary sex work with the subject of prostitution (Scoular ).Cited by:


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Regulating Sex/Work: From Crime Control to Neo-liberalism. addresses the rise in sexual commerce and consumption by challenging traditional responses and offering a fresh approach to sex industry regulation. Examines different forms of sex regulation by utilizing examples from a range of sex markets in the UK, France, USA, Australia, and IndiaFormat: Paperback.

Get this from a library. Regulating sex/work: from crime control to neo-liberalism?. [Jane Scoular; Teela Sanders;] -- 'Regulating Sex/Work' addresses the rise in sexual commerce and consumption by challenging traditional responses and offering a fresh approach to sex industry regulation.

Regulating Sex/Work: From. Regulating Sex Work in Canada. Public Law, Issue 3, pp. July 11 Pages Posted: 2 Jul Last revised: 23 Jun See all articles by Suzanne Bouclin Suzanne Bouclin. University of Ottawa - Common Law Section. Date Written: July Cited by: 2. Policing Pleasure examines cross-cultural public policies related to sex work, bringing together original ethnographic studies from around the worldofrom South Africa and Kenya to Mexico and Indiaoto offer a nuanced critique of national and municipal approaches to regulating sex butors offer new theoretical and methodological.

"Inthe Supreme Court of Canada ruled in Canada v. Bedford that key prostitution laws were Regulating sex/work book. Red Light Labour addresses the new legal regime regulating sex work by analyzing how laws and those who uphold them have constructed, controlled, and criminalized sex workers, their clients, and their workspaces.

Special Issue: Special Issue: Regulating Sex/Work: From Crime Control to Neo‐liberalism. sex work. An impressive book, and one that should be appreciated by laws regulating sex work continue to be framed around morality, which main - tains the making of an outcast group.

Historical constructions of ‘the prostitute’ in literature, media, political and. The Regulating sex/work book majority of sex workers choose to do sex work because it is the best option they have.

Many sex workers struggle with poverty and destitution and have few other options for work. Others find that sex work offers better pay and more flexible working conditions than other jobs. And some pursue sex work to explore and express their sexuality. Regulating Sex Work in the EU: Prostitute Women and the New Spaces of Exclusion By Jane Scoular, Phil Hubbard, Author: Jane Scoular.

Regulating Sex Work in the EU. This book is about the surprisingly neglected area of the regulation of sex. It describes and discusses the ways in which various sexual activities are Author: Jane Scoular.

The book describes the impact these policies have on indoor sex workers, street-based sex workers, young people, men, and those with drug-misuse issues. It also looks at the assumptions made by policy makers about the various constituencies affected, including the communities in which sex work takes place.

Regulating Sex For Sale: Prostitution Policy Reform in the UK. Decem practitioners and researchers making a significant contribution to discussions about British sex-work markets. The book is specifically concerned with how new Labour has attempted to tackle the issue of sex work and, as Phoenix explains, it analyses the.

Regulating sex for sale: Prostitution Policy Reform in the UK Do they contain any possibility for radical intervention and/or new ways of governing prostitution. The book describes the impact these policies have on indoor sex workers, street-based sex workers, young people, men or those with drug misuse issues.

including the communities. Regulating Sex/Work: From Crime Control to Neo-liberalism. addresses the rise in sexual commerce and consumption by challenging traditional responses and offering a fresh approach to sex industry regulation Examines different forms of sex regulation by utilizing examples from a range of sex markets in the UK, France, USA, Australia, and India Theorizes the apparent.

Punitive laws against sex work are in place in countries, including the United States, creating “a state-sanctioned culture of stigma, discrimination, exploitation, and police and client violence against sex workers.” Decriminalizing sex work in the United States is a long and challenging process, but there is a path to follow.

Prostitution is strongly embedded in local cultural practices in Cambodia. Based on extensive original research, this book explores the nature of prostitution in Cambodia, providing explanations of why the phenomenon is so widely tolerated. It outlines the background of the French colonial period, with its filles malades, considers the contemporary legal framework.

Recent years have seen a 'quiet revolution' in the way that the sex industry is regulated and governed. The consensus around what the problems of prostitution are has broken down and in its place a plethora of contradictory themes has emerged. Regulating sex for sale examines the total package of reforms and proposals that have been introduced in this area since May Buy Regulating Sex/Work: From Crime Control to Neo-Liberalism.

(Journal of Law and Society Special Issues) by Scoular (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Sex work has long been criticized and stigmatized in our society.

While many members of society view sex work as immoral and degrading to women, I argue that sex work is essentially just work, and that it is not necessarily harmful to women. Under circumstances in which sex work is accepted and regulated in society, in which the sex worker is.

Regulating Sex/Work: From Crime Control to Neo-liberalism. addresses the rise in sexual commerce and consumption by challenging traditional responses and offering a fresh approach to sex industry regulation. Examines different forms of sex regulation by utilizing examples from a range of sex markets in the UK, France, USA, Australia, and India.

1 Introduction: Sex Work and the Politics of Public Policy 1 Introduction: Sex Work and the Politics of Public Policy (pp. ) SUSAN DEWEY and PATTY KELLY When a woman is arrested for selling sex on the streets of Nairobi, the very first thing she .sex work itself should be decriminalized, while others who profited from sex work should remain criminalized.

However a court decision that interpreted the scope of the offence of ‘living on the earnings of prostitution’ to include sex workers, as well as other persons who profit from employing sex workers.Chris Bruckert has published the book Red Light Labour - Sex Work Regulation, Agency, and Resistance at UBC Press.

Inthe Supreme Court of Canada ruled unanimously that key Criminal Code provisions relating to sex work were unconstitutional. Canada v. Bedford gave Parliament one year to update the laws.