Regulating Prostitution: Different Problems, Different Solutions, Same Old Story
Phoenix, J (2007) Regulating Prostitution: Different Problems, Different Solutions, Same Old Story. Safer Communities: a journal of practice, opinion, policy and research, 6(1), pp. 7-10.
This article looks at three main models of intervention that have informed recent policy and practice with people involved in the sex trade. It reveals the inherent contradictions within attempts to both help and punish workers in the existing prostitution strategy.
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