Assessing Prostitution Policies in Europe (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
406
Utgivningsdatum
2019-07-10
Förlag
Routledge
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 26 Tables 4 Line drawings black and white
Illustrationer
4 Line drawings, black and white; 26 Tables, black and white
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780367375126
Assessing Prostitution Policies in Europe (häftad)

Assessing Prostitution Policies in Europe

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Once again, prostitution occupies a prominent position on public and political agendas, both nationally and internationally. A topic of concern and interest within social and academic realms, it is a highly moralised, contested issue that is at the centre of heated and drawn-out debates. With each chapter dedicated to a separate country and written by a national authority on the subject, Assessing European Prostitution Policies seeks to explore how prostitution is regulated in 21 European countries, thus drawing out important implications for an effective and humane prostitution policy. Indeed, this innovative volume brings together systematic accounts of how national and local forms of governance influence the commercial market for sex as well as the lives of sex workers and third parties. All chapters cover the history of prostitution policy, national laws regulating prostitution, policy formulation and implementation, the national discourse on prostitution, the gap between national and local regulation, the impact of policy on the lives and rights of sex workers, and sex worker advocacy organizations. In addition to this, the authors examine and highlight how immigration, labour, fiscal and welfare law have as much impact on the sex trade as designated prostitution law. A unique interdisciplinary title that is comprehensive in its coverage, Assessing European Prostitution Policies will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, sex worker advocacy organisations and policy makers interested in fields such as Sexuality and Prostitution, Public Policy, Criminology and Gender Studies.
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Synnove Okland Jahnsen is a postdoc at the Uni Research Rokkan Centre in Bergen, Norway. Hendrik Wagenaar is Professor at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield, UK

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1. Introduction: Prostitution Policy in Europe: an Overview (Hendrik Wagenaar) Western and Central Europe 2. United Kingdom (Phil Hubbard, Teela Sanders, Jane Scoular and Rosie Campbell) 3. Ireland (Paul Ryan and Eilis Ward) 4. The Netherlands (Sietske Altink, Ilse van Liempt, & Marjan Wijers) 5. Belgium (Marion David, Maarten Loopmans) 6. France (Marion David, Mathilde Darley, Veronique Guienne, Gwenaelle Mainsant, Lilian Mathieu 7. Germany (Ina Hunecke) 8. Austria (Helga Amesberger, Luzenir Caixeta, Elisabeth Greif, Birgit Sauer) 9. Switzerland (Milena Chimienti, Geraldine Bugnon) Nordic Countries 10. Denmark (Jeanet Bjonnes, Marlene Spanger) 11. Sweden (Petra OEstergren) 12. Norway (Synnove Jahnsen and May-Len Skilbrei) 13. Finland (Niina Vuolajarvi, Minna Viuhko, Johanna Kantola, Anne-Maria Marttila) Former Eastern Europe 14. Croatia (Ivana Radacic) 15. Slovenia (Iztok Sori, Mojca Pajnik 16. Albania (Armela Xhaho, Alma Lleshi Tandilli) 17. Rumania (Alina Danet) 18. Czech Republic (Barbara Havelkova) Southern Europe 19. Spain (Mariola Bernal Solano, Alina Danet, Joan Carles March Cerda) 20. Portugal (Alexandra Oliveira) 21. Italy (Isabel Crowhurst, Patrizia Testai, Cesare Di Feliciantonio, Giulia Garofalo-Geymonat) 22. Malta (Trevor Calafato) 23. Greece (Laura Maratou-Alipranti, Eleni Rethimiotaki) European Policies 24. European Union (Joyce Outshoorn) 25. Sex Worker Organisations: International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (Luca Stevenson, Agata Dziuban)