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Vendere e comprare sesso. Tra piacere, lavoro, prevaricazione

Garofalo, Giulia LU (2014) In Collana Farsi un'idea
Abstract
"What lies hidden behind online ads for erotic services, or on streets

on the outskirts of cities, or in the downtown apartments used by

escorts? What is someone who buys sex risking? What can be done to

prevent human trafficking? What rights to sex workers have? Why is

it that Germany considers prostitution to be a service, while Sweden

punishes it as one of the most shameful forms of violence against

women? Controversial questions of social policy as well as

still-taboo issues around intimacy, against the backdrop of broader

problems of labour, freedom of choice, sexuality and power."



The book addresses the main issues raised by the sex industry in... (More)
"What lies hidden behind online ads for erotic services, or on streets

on the outskirts of cities, or in the downtown apartments used by

escorts? What is someone who buys sex risking? What can be done to

prevent human trafficking? What rights to sex workers have? Why is

it that Germany considers prostitution to be a service, while Sweden

punishes it as one of the most shameful forms of violence against

women? Controversial questions of social policy as well as

still-taboo issues around intimacy, against the backdrop of broader

problems of labour, freedom of choice, sexuality and power."



The book addresses the main issues raised by the sex industry in contemporary Europe. It includes a short chapter on the history of regulations and debates on prostitution in Europe since the Middle-Ages, a chapter on the experiences and motives of the subjects - those who sell and those who buy, a chapter on the existing policies on prostitution - classified according to 6 types -, and a chapter on the issue of trafficking. (Less)
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Sex industry, prostitution, trafficking, Europe
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Collana Farsi un'idea
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127 pages
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Società Editrice il Mulino
ISBN
978-88-15-24485-7
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Italian
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on the outskirts of cities, or in the downtown apartments used by<br/><br>
escorts? What is someone who buys sex risking? What can be done to<br/><br>
prevent human trafficking? What rights to sex workers have? Why is<br/><br>
it that Germany considers prostitution to be a service, while Sweden<br/><br>
punishes it as one of the most shameful forms of violence against<br/><br>
women? Controversial questions of social policy as well as<br/><br>
still-taboo issues around intimacy, against the backdrop of broader<br/><br>
problems of labour, freedom of choice, sexuality and power."<br/><br>
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The book addresses the main issues raised by the sex industry in contemporary Europe. It includes a short chapter on the history of regulations and debates on prostitution in Europe since the Middle-Ages, a chapter on the experiences and motives of the subjects - those who sell and those who buy, a chapter on the existing policies on prostitution - classified according to 6 types -, and a chapter on the issue of trafficking.},
  author       = {Garofalo, Giulia},
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  keyword      = {Sex industry,prostitution,trafficking,Europe},
  language     = {ita},
  pages        = {127},
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  series       = {Collana Farsi un'idea},
  title        = {Vendere e comprare sesso. Tra piacere, lavoro, prevaricazione},
  year         = {2014},
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