Session 118: RC11 -> Prostitution
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Plaza 7
Session Chair: Pamela Preston, Penn State Capital College
Sex Re-Education: Availability and Content of John Diversion Programs in the United States
by: Christine Harris, Penn State University Capital College (Corresponding)
Maura Durkin, Penn State University Capital College
Symbolic Meanings of Purchased Sex: Exploring Differences Across Racial, Educational and Socioeconomic Boundaries
by: Franklin Moyer, Jr., Penn State University Capital College (Corresponding)
Pamela Preston, Penn State Capital College
A Comparative Analysis of Commercial Sex: Implications for Theory and Policy
by: Alan Dudley Brown III, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
"Changing up" at a Prostitution Stroll: Using Ethnographic Methods to Uncover Varieties of Crime Displacement and Adaptations by Drug-Addicted Prostitutes to Police Interventions
by: Regina E. Brisgone, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Patricia A. Adler, University of Colorado - Boulder

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