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Prostitution i Kina

Brandt, Annastina LU (2010) KINK01 20072
Chinese Studies
Abstract
Since the elimination of prostitution in the 1950’s, China has been virtually free from this alleged social problem until the 1980’s, when the “open door policy” seemed to bring it back to the surface, forcing the government to react and bring the subject up to debate. Using Chinese research data, this paper strives towards understanding the situation of prostitutes and prostitution in contemporary China. It also examines the methods used by the Chinese government to eradicate sextrade in the past as well as the present. A discussion of whether these methods of fighting prostitution are efficient considering the individual backgrounds of the prostitutes along with the causes of prostitution resurgence are also included along with... (More)
Since the elimination of prostitution in the 1950’s, China has been virtually free from this alleged social problem until the 1980’s, when the “open door policy” seemed to bring it back to the surface, forcing the government to react and bring the subject up to debate. Using Chinese research data, this paper strives towards understanding the situation of prostitutes and prostitution in contemporary China. It also examines the methods used by the Chinese government to eradicate sextrade in the past as well as the present. A discussion of whether these methods of fighting prostitution are efficient considering the individual backgrounds of the prostitutes along with the causes of prostitution resurgence are also included along with descriptions of state policies concerning sextrade and trafficking. (Less)
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author
Brandt, Annastina LU
supervisor
organization
course
KINK01 20072
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
människohandel, human trafficking, prostitution, Kina, China
language
Swedish
id
1552105
date added to LUP
2010-03-05 13:20:33
date last changed
2010-03-05 13:20:33
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  abstract     = {Since the elimination of prostitution in the 1950’s, China has been virtually free from this alleged social problem until the 1980’s, when the “open door policy” seemed to bring it back to the surface, forcing the government to react and bring the subject up to debate. Using Chinese research data, this paper strives towards understanding the situation of prostitutes and prostitution in contemporary China. It also examines the methods used by the Chinese government to eradicate sextrade in the past as well as the present. A discussion of whether these methods of fighting prostitution are efficient considering the individual backgrounds of the prostitutes along with the causes of prostitution resurgence are also included along with descriptions of state policies concerning sextrade and trafficking.},
  author       = {Brandt, Annastina},
  keyword      = {människohandel,human trafficking,prostitution,Kina,China},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Prostitution i Kina},
  year         = {2010},
}