How Modern Governments Made Prostitution a Social Problem: Creating a Responsible Prostitute Population

Scott, John (2005) How Modern Governments Made Prostitution a Social Problem: Creating a Responsible Prostitute Population. Studies in Health and Human Services, 54. Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, NY.

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Acknowledgments Preface by Dr. Pat Carlen Introduction 1. Political Languages of Prostitution 2. Genealogical Analysis: Documenting The Disorder of Things 3. From Death Rituals to Health Practices 4. Policing Female Prostitutes 5. Private Remedies for Public Concerns 6. The Emergence of the Male Prostitute 7. From Procreation to Pleasure 8. HIV/AIDS and Prostitution Conclusion Bibliography Index

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ID Code: 79048
Item Type: Book
Keywords: Government policy, Prostitution
ISBN: 9780773461147, 0773461140
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Law
Current > Schools > School of Justice
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2005 Edwin Mellen Press
Deposited On: 02 Feb 2015 03:28
Last Modified: 09 Feb 2015 06:04

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