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Making Sense of Prostitution Paperback – 1 Feb 2002

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'...tightly structured and is refreshing to find such a well-researched and well-written book that confronts and exposes both the good and the bad things about being a street prostitute in a big city at the millennium.' - The British Journal of Criminology

'A complex and sensitive portrait.' - American Journal of Sociology

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JOANNA PHOENIX is Lecturer in Social and Policy Sciences at Bath University.

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The legal contexts within which prostitute women work comprise, inter alia, the formal laws regarding prostitution and the publicly backed (and at times publicly funded) initiatives that frame particular forms of intervention into the lives of prostitute women. Read the first page
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