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A Heated Debate: Theoretical Perspectives of Sexual Exploitation and Sex Work

, : A Heated Debate: Theoretical Perspectives of Sexual Exploitation and Sex Work. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 42(4): 79-100

NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">The theoretical and often political framework of sexual exploitation and sex work among women is widely and enthusiastically debated among academic and legal scholars alike. The majority of theoretical literature in this area focuses on the macro perspective, while the micro-level perspective as to theory and causation remains sparse. This article provides a comprehensive overview of the philosophical, legal, and political perspectives pertaining to sexual exploitation of women and girls while addressing the subsequent controversies in the field.


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