Session 174: VO8 -> On the Job: Prostitutes at Work
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 105/106
Session Chair: Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, Florida State University
Male Prostitution: An Exploratory Study and Comparison to Female Prostitution
by: Donna M. Vandiver, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Jessie L. Krienert, Illinois State University
Prevalence of Clients of Prostitute Women in North America
by: John M. Roberts, Jr., University of New Mexico (Corresponding)
Devon D. Brewer, Interdisciplinary Scientific Research
Stephen Q. Muth, Quintus - ential Solutions
John J. Potterat, Independent Consultant
Under the Bridge: A Political Economy of Street-Level Prostitution in the South Bronx
by: Amy Desautels, Fordham University (Corresponding)
A Qualitative Look at Prostitution: Motives, Contributing Factors and Consequences
by: Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Kerensa Pate, Florida State University
Laura E. Bedard, Florida State University
Too Little, Too Late: Intervening in Young Women's Lives in Prostitution
by: Joanna Phoenix, University of Bath (Corresponding)

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