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The Joy of Books

Those of us with fast Internet access, a computer and time on our hands can become very reliant on the web to source information. But there is something gratifying about holding, reading and owning a good book. With that in mind we have compiled this list of books that we have found interesting over the years. We will add to this list and integrate them into the resources held on the site.

Agustín, L. M. (2007) Sex at the Margins: Migration, Labour Markets and the Rescue Industry, Zed Books Bishop, R.(1997) Night Market: Sexual Cultures and the Thai Economic Miracle,  Routledge Campbell R. and O’Neill, M.(2006) Sex Work Now, Willan Publishing  Campbell C (2003) Letting Them Die: Why HIV/AIDS Prevention Programmes Often Fail, James Currey Hope Ditmore M. (2006) Encyclopedia of prostitution and sex work, Greenwood Publishing Group USA

Delacoste F. and Alexander, P. (1998) Sex Work: Writings by Women in the Sex Industry, Virago Press Ltd

Gould, C. (2008) Selling Sex in Cape Town: Sex Work and Human Trafficking in a South African City, ISS 

Jeffery, LA. (2003) Sex and the Borders: Gender, National Identity, and Prostitution Policy in Thailand University of British Columbia Press

Kempadoo, K. and Doezema, J. Global sex workers : rights, resistance, and redefinition, Routledge

Kempadoo,K., Sanghera, J. and Pattanaik, B. (2011) Trafficking and prostitution reconsidered: New perspectives on migration, sex work, and human rights, Paradigm Kinnell, H. (2008) Violence and Sex Work in Britain, Willan Publishing Nagle, J. (1998) Whores and other Feminists,   Routledge Oakly, A. (2007) Working Sex: Sex Workers Write About a Changing Industry, Seal Press Sahni, R. (2008) Prostitution and Beyond: An Analysis of Sex Work in India, Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd Mariska M. When Sex Becomes Work, Prostitution Information Centre Netherlands.

Law, L. (2000) Sex Work in Southeast Asia: The Place of Desire in a Time of AIDS, Routledge