Psychology Of Sexuality

Street Sex Workers' Discourse: Realizing Material Change by Jill McCracken

By Jill McCracken

Incorporating the voices and insights of highway intercourse employees via own interviews, this monograph argues that the fabric stipulations of many road employees — the actual environments they dwell in and their results at the employees’ our bodies, identities, and spirits — are represented, reproduced, and entrenched within the language surrounding their paintings. As an ethnographic case learn of a neighborhood approach that may be extrapolated to different subcultures and the development of identities, this publication disrupts a few of the extra widely used educational and lay understandings approximately highway prostitution through delivering an intensive research of the cloth stipulations surrounding road paintings and their connection to discourse. McCracken bargains a proof of the way structures could be made in a different way on the way to in achieving representations which are generated through the marginalized populations themselves, whereas putting accountability for this marginalization at the society within which those humans live.

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