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Sex Work Matters: Exploring Money, Power and Intimacy in the Sex Industry Paperback – May 11, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-1848134348 ISBN-10: 1848134347

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'"Sex Work Matters" is destined to become a classic in its field, offering fresh new perspectives on romantic and economic taboos in the lives of sex workers. The future of research on erotic commerce depends on these powerful voices, informed arguments and timeless ideas.' - Tracy Quan, author, Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl and Diary of a Jetsetting Call Girl, www.tracyquan.net 'Sex Work Matters digs deep into the unexpected ways that sexual commerce is embedded in the global pleasure and leisure industries. It's an essential guide for anyone intrigued by how sex work is moving beyond the margins and into the center of the public square.' - Melissa Gira Grant, columnist, $pread magazine, Valleywag.com, www.melissagira.com 'This book makes a major contribution to understanding the everyday lives, experiences and perspectives of sex workers. It offers a rich body of evidence that shatters the myths that have gained purchase in policy debates in the UK and elsewhere. It should be essential reading for everyone working in this field - academics, practitioners and policy makers alike.' - Andrea Cornwall, editor, Development with a Body "A timely collection. Ditmore. Etc. have put together a thought-provoking collection, showcasing provocative essays from sex workers and academics. The book elequenltly makes the case for the need for activist and academic collaboration in sex work research, and answers that challenge with brilliance and brio. The gauntlet has well and truly been thown down." Jo Doezema, author of Sex Slaves and Discourse Masters"

About the Author

Melissa Hope Dittmore is Interim Director of the Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, New York.

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In addition to her own books, Melissa Hope Ditmore is a contributor to Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered (2005,) Affective Turn (2007,) Development with a Body (2008) and Sex for Sale (2nd edition, 2009.) She has written about sex work, migration and trafficking in The Lancet and SIECUS Report. She has spoken about prostitution, migration rights and research ethics at the United Nations, the International Conference on HIV/AIDS, Columbia University, Cornell University, Hong Kong City University and numerous academic and political conferences.
She holds a doctoral degree from the City University of New York. She is currently a post-doctoral fellow at National Development Research Institute in New York City. Ditmore is on the board of directors of Sex Work Awareness (http://www.sexworkawareness.org) and a consultant to the Urban Justice Center Sex Workers Project (http://www.sexworkersproject.org.)

Her website is http://www.encyclopediaofprostitution.com.

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