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Prostitution: Sex Work, Policy and m co te. London: Sage. Related Papers. Salman Rushdie in the Cultural Marketplace. By Ana Cristina Mendes. Chapter 1 of Queerying Planning. ISBN: Introduction: new sociologies in perspective Kingston, S. New sociologies of sex work Hardy, K. Demonising desire: men who buy sex and prostitution policy in the UK Kingston, S. Law People Sarah Kingston Leave feedback. Browse Law. Dr Sarah Kingston Senior Lecturer Research Overview My research interests focus on sex crimes, sexuality, sexual rights and the restrictions placed on sexual freedoms.
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External Examiner at the University of Roehampton. Show less. Publications Projects Research Groups. Journal article A history of prostitution policy in the UK: targeting the problem, from women to men Kingston, S. Journal article Sister wives, surrogates and sex workers : outlaws by choice Kingston, S.
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Commissioned report Prostitution in the community: attitudes, action and resistance Kingston, S. As such, they offer valuable, albeit potentially controversial, impulses for the field. It may be used for different purposes: as an introduction, indeed, to new sociologies of sex work; as an ethnographic insight into different life worlds of sex workers; and as a continuation of academic discourses and empirical evidence on sex work realities and the ways they are constructed and experienced.
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