2 edition of Rescue work in relation to prostitution and disease found in the catalog.
Rescue work in relation to prostitution and disease
|Statement||by Elizabeth Blackwell.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 13554|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||96183581|
“We Can Abolish Prostitution by Making It Illegal.” NO. Laws regulating sex work vary widely among countries. It’s illegal to buy and sell sex Author: Aziza Ahmed. Blackwell Family Papers A Finding Aid to the Collection in the Library of Congress Prepared by Grover Batts, Thelma Queen.
Ordained in , Buonaiuto worked helping to rescue women forced into prostitution alongside the late Father Oreste Benzi, founder of the John XXIII Community. Benzi died in and his. Prostitution and Venereal Disease * PROPORTION OF VENEREAL DISEASE ACQUIRED FROM PROSTITUTES IN ASIA: A COMPARISON WITH FRANCE, THE UNITED KINGDOM, AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA R. R. WillcoxCited by: 2.
To make the discussion in context and to enable the other players in the legal system understand the socio-historical background of the law, the author has not only explained commercialized prostitution in its various forms but also brought out its relation to sexually transmitted : , M.L. Section of the law’s prostitution offences says that a person living on sex-work earnings or persistently soliciting faces a jail term of up to six months. Previously, this offence was a mere misdemeanor, with imprisonment and the possibility of corporal punishment (for males) for subsequent offenders.
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Elizabeth Blackwell Rescue Work in Relation to Prostitution and Disease: an Address Given at the Conference of Rescue Workers Held in London [June ] Moral Injury from the 'Regulation' of Prostitution-- Compiled and Issued by the National Medical Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Acts National Medical Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases.
Over the past century, prostitution has been understood in many ways: as a source of urbanized pleasures, a profession full of unscrupulous and greedy schemers, a changing site of work for women, a source of moral danger and physical disease, a Cited by: This pioneering work examines prostitution in Shanghai from the late nineteenth century to the present.
Drawn mostly from the daughters and wives of the working poor and declassé elites, prostitutes in Shanghai were near the bottom of class and gender hierarchies.
Yet they were central figures in Shanghai urban life, entering the historical record whenever others. Gira Grant devotes a chunk of the book to the media, making a controversial argument that news coverage of global sex trafficking has helped fuel a perception that everyone in the sex trade is a.
In the Middle Ages prostitution flourished, and licensed brothels were a source of revenue to municipalities. Attempts at Control In Europe As a result of the epidemic of sexually transmitted disease in Europe in the 16th cent., efforts were begun to control prostitution.
Brothels were closed throughout Western and Central Europe during parts of the 16th cent., and stricter punishment. Prostitution Scandals in Chinapresents an examination of media coverage of prostitution-related scandals in contemporary China.
It demonstrates that the subject of prostitution is not only widely debated, but also that these public discussions have ramifications for some of the key social, legal and political issues affecting citizens of the PRC.
One of the strengths of this book is Scoular’s close and critical analysis of the key role law plays in making prostitution the object of governmentality. In this regard, she highlights how the Contagious Diseases Acts and illuminate not only how law constitutes the subject of prostitution but also a much wider system of social : Sharron A.
Fitzgerald. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Links to PubMed are also available for Selected : M Waugh. Male Prostitution: Pathology, Paradigms and Progress in Research Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of Homosexuality 53() February with 2, Reads.
venues, such as stripping, street prostitution, brothel prostitution, paid domination, and sexual massage, among others (Network of Sex Work Projects, n.d.).
For the purposes of inclusiveness, the term commercial sex work is used here to cover the gamut of people and situations related to this kind of Size: 43KB.
Militia detectives are at Kazansky Station in Komsomol Square, in Martin Cruz Smith’s novel Gorky Park. Cartier-Bresson’s photo shows the station at the left and surrounding traffic. Moscow prostitution may not have existed officially inwhen the story takes place, but sex work certainly did.
At 6 am entire Turkman families lay head to [ ]. A double standard in enforcing prostitution laws: “It’s economically advantageous to have [high-end sex work] going on” D.C. police routinely arrest streetwalkers & Author: Alison Bass. Her book is a study of attempts to rid society of the curse of prostitution through prevention and reform, placed firmly within the context of rescue work.
There is already a significant body of scholarship on prostitution and much of that scholarship, particularly as it relates to England, concentrates on campaigns to control or abolish prostitution. Rescue work in relation to prostitution and disease by Elizabeth Blackwell 3 editions - first published in CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW In the two decades since HIV/AIDS was first identified, the body of research into the disease has been steadily growing.
Today this research covers a wide range of topics ranging from strictly medical studies to the social and demographic implications of the study as well as toFile Size: KB. " For the British case, see Lucy Bland, Banishing the Beast: English Feminism and Sexual Morality –, London, ; Julia Laite, Common Prostitutes and Ordinary Citizens: Commercial Sex in London, –, Basingstoke and New York, ; Philippa Levine, Prostitution, Race, and Politics: Policing Venereal Disease in the British Empire, New York, ; Maria Luddy, Prostitution Cited by: 9.
For instance, in the book “ Prostitution and Beyond: work-related industries, such as construction sites, agriculture or textile industries), and Sex Workers and HIV/AIDS Author: Sunny Sinha. Legalizing Prostitution Would Protect Sex Workers From HIV: Goats and Soda When the police clamp down on female sex workers, the women may end up taking more risks — and making themselves more.
Prostitution, the selling of sexual services, is yet another controversial sexual behavior. Many people, and especially those with conservative, religious views, believe prostitution is immoral because it involves sex for money, and they consider prostitution a sign of society’s moral decay.
Many feminists believe that prostitution is. Medical responsibility in relation to the Contagious Diseases Act: Rescue work in relation to prostitution and disease: Purchase of women: the great economic blunder: The moral education of the young in relation to sex: v.
The influence of women in the profession of medicine: Erroneous method in medical education: Why hygienic congresses Cited by:. In Junethe Prostitution Reform Act repealed existing prostitution-related legislation and created a new legal environment for the sex industry.
In order to be able to assess and review the impact of this legislation it is necessary to establish current Size: KB.regard for disease, infection or contamination control. Health issues seen in trafficking victims include the following: • Sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, pelvic pain, rectal trauma and urinary difficulties from working in the sex industry.
• Pregnancy, resulting from rape or Size: 44KB.Intwo American women issued a shocking report about the living conditions of prostitutes who served the soldiers of the British Army in India.1 Some of the women were simply sold to military brothels by family members or otherwise forced into prostitution.
All of them were confined in secluded areas and subjected to compulsory medical treatment for venereal disease.