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Title Student sex work : international perspectives and implications for policy and practice / Debbie Jones, Teela Sanders, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022


Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Series Palgrave advances in sex work studies
Palgrave advances in sex work studies
Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction -- Part One: Activism, Ideology and Exclusion -- Chapter 2: The Student Sex Work Project: Methods, Ethics and Activism -- Chapter 3: Student Sex Work: Economics, Education and Ethics -- Chapter 4: The Prostitute and the PhD: Navigating academic spaces as a tainted researcher -- Chapter 5: From Exploitation to Identity, the Shifting Position of Sex Work in the Student Movement -- Part Two: Motivations and Experiences -- Chapter 6: Neoliberal Sexual Entrepreneurial Subjects: Student Sex Workers Responding to 21st Century Economic Demands in the U.S -- Chapter 7: Student Sex Work in the Netherlands: Motivations and the Impact of Stigma -- Chapter 8: Stigma and the Hostile University: A Cross-National, Comparative Analysis of Student Sex Work in the UK and Australia -- Chapter 9: Male Sex Workers as Students -- Part Three: University Policy and Service Delivery -- Chapter 10: Educating Universities: Understanding and Responding to Student Sex Workers -- Chapter 11: Students, Sex Work and Sexual Violence An Exploration and Guide for UK Universities -- Chapter 12: Counselling Student Sex Workers: A Solution-Focused Approach -- Chapter 13: Where Do We Go From Here?
Summary This book provides a contemporary collection of key works that chart new and ongoing terrain on student sex work. It brings together experienced researchers, activists, practitioners, early career researchers and those with lived experience of doing sex work in the university setting from across the globe. The book addresses three core areas: Activism, Ideology and Exclusion; Motivations and Experiences; and University Policy, Practice and Service Delivery. This collection represents significant theoretical, methodological and policy and practice contributions within sex work studies. These new perspectives contribute to our existing knowledge, introduce new directions for scholarship and prompt new and exciting questions about how higher education students participation in sex work can be researched, understood and responded to in an ethical, non-stigmatising approach. The book will be of interest to students, researchers and service providers and given the interdisciplinary nature of the chapters, the book has a cross-disciplinary appeal
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Subject Sex workers -- Education (Higher)
Student prostitution -- Social aspects
Education, Higher -- Social aspects
College environment.
College environment
Education, Higher -- Social aspects
Form Electronic book
Author Jones, Debbie, editor
Sanders, Teela, editor.
ISBN 9783031077777