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"This book takes as its focus the social, policy and political dilemmas posed by female street prostitution. Against the backcloth of increasing public concern and the divided feminist views on intervention, Matthews charts a careful and well thought out path for a critical realist intervention on street prostitution. Demanding evidence-based policy not policy based evidence, Matthews makes a cogent and convincing case for a coherent and empathetic neo-deregulation of street prostitution. This is a commanding powerful and thought provoking read for all those who claim to be concerned about street prostitution in the U.K. and elsewhere today." - Sandra Walklate, University of Liverpool, UK

About the Author

Roger Matthews is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and a member of the Centre for Criminology at Middlesex Polytechnic. He is co-editor (with Jock Young) of "Confronting Crime "(SAGE 1986) and editor of "Informal Justice "(SAGE 1988).


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