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Title Global sex workers : rights, resistance, and redefinition / edited by Kamala Kempadoo and Jo Doezema.
Imprint New York : Routledge, 1998.

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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  HQ111 .G56 1998    WITHDRAWN  
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Subject Prostitution -- Cross-cultural studies.
Prostitutes -- Civil rights -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Kempadoo, Kamala.
Doezema, Jo.
Description 294 pages : illustrations (on cover), maps ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [267]-278) and index.
Contents Part one. Rethinking sex work. Forced to choose: beyond the voluntary v. forced prostitution dichotomy / Jo Doezema. Debt-bondage and trafficking: don't believe the hype / Alison Murray. An international perspective on slavery in the sex industry / Jo Bindman. Women, labor, and migration: the position of trafficked women and strategies for support / Marjan Wijers. Discourses of prostitution: the case of Cuba / Amalia Lucía Cabezas. Prostitution, stigma, and the law in Japan: a feminist roundtable / Group Sisterhood -- Part two. Migrations and tourism. Ghanaian women and prostitution in Cote d'Ivoire / John K. Anarfi. From Thailand to Japan: migrant sex workers as autonomous subjects / Satoko Watenabe. The migrant tightrope: experiences from the Caribbean / Kamala Kempadoo. Children, prostitution, and identity: a case study from a tourist resort in Thailand / Heather Montgomery. Hustling for dollars: jineterismo in Cuba / Coco Fusco -- Part Three. Sex workers' organizations. The Association of Autonomous Women Workers, Ecuador, "22nd June" / Angelita Abad, Marena Briones, Tatiana Cordero, Rosa Manzo, and Martha Marchán. Japanese sex workers: encourage, empower, trust, and love yourselves! / Momocca Momocco. The exotic dancers' alliance: an interview with Dawn Passar and Johanna Breyer / Kamala Kempadoo. SWEAT: the development of a sex worker advocacy and intervention program in post-apartheid South Africa / Shane A. Petzer and Gordon M. Issacs. A world of people: sex workers in Mexico / Claudia Colimoro interviewed by Amalia Lucía Cabezas. The wind of change is whispering at your door: the Mahila Samanwaya committee / Minu Pal, Sadhana Mukherji, Madhabi Jaiswal, and Bachhu Dutta. International activism: Jo Doezema interviews NWSP coordinator, Cheryl Overs. Transgenders and sex work in Malaysia / Khartini Slamah. It's good to know: the Maxi Linder association in Suriname / Dusilley Cannings, Juanita Altenberg, Judi Reichart, and Kamala Kempadoo -- Part four. AIDS prevention and sex workers' empowerment. The Pegação program: information, prevention, and empowerment of young male sex workers in Rio de Janiero / Paulo Henrique Longo. Prostitution in Senegal / Oumar Tandia. The TAMPEP project in Western Europe / Licia Brussa. COIN and MODEMU in the Dominican Republic / Kamala Kempadoo.
ISBN 0415918286
0415918294 (pbk.)
OCLC # 37917410
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments 
 Introduction: Globalizing Sex Workers' Rights / Kamala Kempadoo1
Pt. 1Rethinking Sex Work 
 Introduction29
 1Forced to Choose: Beyond the Voluntary v. Forced Prostitution Dichotomy / Jo Doezema34
 2Debt-Bondage and Trafficking: Don't Believe the Hype / Alison Murray51
 3An International Perspective on Slavery in the Sex Industry / Jo Bindman65
 4Women, Labor, and Migration: The Position of Trafficked Women and Strategies for Support / Marjan Wijers69
 5Discourses of Prostitution: The Case of Cuba / Amalia Lucia Cabezas79
 6Prostitution, Stigma, and the Law in Japan: A Feminist Roundtable Discussion / Group Sisterhood87
Pt. 2Migrations and Tourism 
 Introduction99
 7Ghanaian Women and Prostitution in Cote d'Ivoire / John K. Anarfi104
 8From Thailand to Japan: Migrant Sex Workers as Autonomous Subjects / Satoko Watenabe114
 9The Migrant Tightrope: Experiences from the Caribbean / Kamala Kempadoo124
 10Children, Prostitution, and Identity: A Case Study from a Tourist Resort in Thailand / Heather Montgomery139
 11Hustling for Dollars: Jineterismo in Cuba / Coco Fusco151
Pt. 3Sex Workers' Organizations 
 Introduction167
 12The Association of Autonomous Women Workers, Ecuador, "22nd June" / Angelita Abad, Marena Briones, Tatiana Cordero [et al.]172
 13Japanese Sex Workers: Encourage, Empower, Trust, and Love Yourselves! / Momocca Momocco178
 14The Exotic Dancers Alliance: An Interview with Dawn Passar and Johanna Breyer / Kamala Kempadoo182
 15SWEAT: The Development and Implementation of a Sex Worker Advocacy and Intervention Program in Post-Apartheid South Africa / Shane A. Petzer, Gordon M. Issacs192
 16A World of People: Sex Workers in Mexico / Claudia Colimoro197
 17The Wind of Change Is Whispering at Your Door: The Mahila Samanwaya Committee / Minu Pal, Sadhana Mukherji, Madhabi Jaiswal [et al.]200
 18International Activism: Jo Doezema interviews NWSP Coordinator, Cheryl Overs204
 19Transgenders and Sex Work in Malaysia / Khartini Slamah210
 20It's Good to Know: The Maxi Linder Association in Suriname / Dusilley Cannings, Juanita Altenberg, Judi Reichart [et al.]215
Pt. 4AIDS Prevention and Sex Workers' Empowerment 
 Introduction227
 21The Pegacao Program: Information, Prevention and Empowerment of Young Male Sex Workers in Rio de Janiero / Paulo Henrique Longo231
 22Prostitution in Senegal / Oumar Tandia240
 23The TAMPEP Project in Western Europe / Licia Brussa246
 24COIN and MODEMU in the Dominican Republic / Kamala Kempadoo260
 Bibliography267
 Contributors and Contributing Organizations279
 Index283


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