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The book thematizes the similarities and differences in prostitution regimes in two post-socialist countries in which prostitution is a tabooized and marginalized topic, both in public debate and in research. The chapters in the book analyze the framing of prostitution in the law and public discourse, with the focus on the narratives of sex workers. While ideological positions which represent sex work as either forced or freely chosen often frame prostitution research, the research which underpins this book avoids such simplistic dichotomies.
The authors offer a nuanced qualitative analysis of sex-work law, policy and experiences in Croatia and Slovenia, two EU states where evidence-based policy making on sex-work is sorely lacking. Contents and introduction. The price of the book is 20 euros. To order please contact: Mirjana. Paic-Jurinic pilar.
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