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Tapan Das

Published by Kunal Books Publishers (2011)

ISBN 10: 8190527010 ISBN 13: 9788190527019

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About this Item: Kunal Books Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Printed Pages: 288. Seller Inventory # 64500

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Tapan Das

Published by Monalisa Enterprises (2011)

ISBN 10: 8190527010 ISBN 13: 9788190527019

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About this Item: Monalisa Enterprises, 2011. Contents 1 Criminal laws to protect sex workers health and human rights 2 Sex worker health and rights where is the funding 3 Making sex work legalized a filed experiment 4 Prostitution HIVAIDS and human rights 5 Plight of the flying sex workers 7 The perils of poverty prostitutes rights policy misconduct and poverty law 8 Rights and issues of people involved in prostitution and sex work in India 9 Prostitution policies and sex trafficking 10 Abolishing prostitution through economic physical and political security 11 Sale of children child prostitution and child pornography 12 Ethics and vulnerability in street prostitution 14 Demanding sex critical reflections on the regulation of prostitution 15 Is prostitution work or exploitation Further consideration is needed 16 Why sex work can?t be unionised and should?t be legalized Bibliography IndexProstitution is the act or practice of providing sexual services with another person in return for payment Persons who execute such activity are called prostitutes Prostitution is one of the branches of the sex industry Estimates place the annual revenue generated from the global prostitution industry to be over 100 billion To prostitute is derived from a composition of two Latin worlds pro and stature A literal translation therefore would be to expose to place up front 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 98811

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