Scholars from around the world have contributed to the first major reference book to be published describing female prostitution as an international phenomenon. Experts survey and analyze the historical background, current problems and policies, and future possible directions in 16 representative countries. Reference lists, as well as an index, make the volume easily accessible to researchers in a variety of disciplines.
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