Sex for Sale: Prostitution, Pornography, and the Sex Industry

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Ronald John Weitzer
Psychology Press, 2000 - Psychology - 310 pages
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A major contribution to our understanding of the sex industry, Sex for Sale is a collection of original essays on sex work, its risks, and its political implications. A unique addition to the literature, Sex for Sale examines all sides of the sex industry--both positive and negative--and will change the way we understand the sex industry.
  

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Contents

Why We Need More Research on Sex Work
ix
Motivations for Pursuing an Acting Career in Pornography
15
Smart Girls Who Like Sex Telephone Sex Workers
33
Gay Male Pornography Past Present and Future
47
Seek Out Prostitutes
65
Clients and Call Girls Seeking Sex and Intimacy
83
Drug Use HIV and the Ecology of Street Prostitution
101
Victimization and the Social Organization of Prostitution in England and Spain
121
Power and Control in the Commercial Sex Trade
179
Controlling Lap Dancing Law Morality and Sex Work
201
Inside Nevadas Brothel Industry
215
Police and Prostitution Vice Squads in Britain
243
Notes
263
Recommended Readings
297
Contributors
299
Index
303

From Victims to Survivors Working with Recovering Street Prostitutes
137
The Politics of Prostitution
157

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Bodies at Work
Carol Wolkowitz
Limited preview - 2006
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About the author (2000)

Ronald Weitzer is Associate Professor of Sociology at George Washington University. His previous books include Policing Under Fire: Ethnic Conflict and Police-Community Relations in Northern Ireland

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