Title Understanding sex for sale : meanings and moralities of sexual commerce / edited by May-Len Skilbrei and Marlene Spanger.
Published Abingdon, Oxon ;New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Detail xii, 218 pp. : Illustrationen. ; 25 cm
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Added Author Skilbrei, May-Len
  Spanger, Marlene
  Skilbrei, May-Len. Speaking about sex for sale historically, spatially and politically
  Rydstrom, Jens. What's the problem with prostitution? Shifting problematisations of men and women selling sex
  Spanger, Marlene. Surveillance of dangerous liaisons through notions of sex and money
  Testai, Patrizia. Production and transformation of prostitution spaces :the red-light district of Catania
  Brown, Kyria. Intensive mothering as cultural script :boundary setting among street-involved women
  Bertone, Chiara. Beyond the client :exploring men's sexual scripting
  Heinskou, Marie Bruvik. Intimate bazaar of female sex tourism
  Chimienti, Milena. 'Continuum of sexual economic exchanges' or 'weak agence'? Female migrant sex work in Switzerland
  Janssen, Marie-Louise. Fluidity of a 'happy ending' :Chinese masseuses in the Netherlands
  Skilbrei, May-Len. 'Normal' and the 'other' women of prostitution policy debates :new concerns and solutions
  Kaye, Kerwin. Gender of trafficking, or why can't men be sex slaves?
  Kondakov, Alexander. Spatial justice :how the police craft the city by enforcing law on prostitution
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