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Demanding Sex: Critical Reflections on the Regulation of Prostitution

This book is edited by Vanessa Munro and Della Giusta and was published in 2008. Paul Hamilton’s Review in the Internet Journal of Criminology states that “this collection is more than a re-hash of routine critiques of prostitution policy controls and the age-old ‘choice versus coercion’ debates that have dominated prostitution research in recent years. Uniquely for a collection series of this type, the commitment to a multi-disciplinary approach – economics, law, political and social theory, human geography and anthropology are all represented – not only ensures that divergent perspectives are heard (particularly with regards to the recent policy paradigm shift

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