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Women and Prostitution: A Social History
Dziedzina: Kobieta
Autor: Vern L. Bullough, Bonnie Bullough
Seria: New Concepts in Human Sexuality
Miejsce i rok wydania: 1987
Wydawca: Prometheus Books
Liczba stron: 390
Zawiera indeksy (osób, rzeczy, miejsc itp.)
ISBN: 0-87975-372-2
Okładka: Miękka
Ilustracje: Nie
Cena: 75,00 zł (bez rabatów)
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OpisIn this time of heated debate over pornography in general and prostitution in particular, Vern and Bonnie Bullough present a fascinating look at the social and historical context of the "world's oldest profession." Women and Prostitution is a panorama of the forms and practices prostitution has assumed in many cultures over many centuries.

Based on the assumption that one cannot understand prostitution without first understanding the role of women in society, this volume is the first comprehensive treatment of the historical, sociological, and anthropological background of prosititution. The authors expose the inextricable interweaving of scores of cultural dilemmas: women as property, pornography and the fear of sexuality, religion and promiscuity, sex and social class, and the control of venereal disease.

Women and Prostitution conveys the tragedy and humor, the fortitude and cunning, the veniality and generosity, the real and counterfeit sensuality, and the hypocrisy and pathos that surround the lives of prostitutes. The beautiful, the powerful, the talented, and the most outrageous are here: Lais, Tamar, Pompadour, Du Barry, Emma Hamilton, Lola Montez and Calamity Jane. But in addition to these tales of the illustrious, these pages are filled with the experiences of the anonymous and the abused.

Women and Prostitution is important reading for feminists, police, religious leaders, civil libertarians, the general public, and prostitutes themselves. All will benefit from this useful, sympathetic and illuminating book.

". . . a reference text for scholars engaged in studying prostitution and other forms of "illicit" sexuality." Women & Criminal Justice

Vern L. Bullough is SUNY Distinguished Professor in History and Social Studies at the State University of New York and in the School of Nursing at the State University of New York. Bonnie Bullough is Professor in the School of Nursing at the State University of New York. The Bulloughs have coauthored a number of books on various aspects of sex and gender, including Contraception: A Guide to Birth Control Methods and Women and Prostitution. Both have also written extensively, sometimes together and other times individually, on the issues of sex and gender, health care, and the history of science, medicine, and nursing.

"I had to acquire this book for school but it was a great read. Very in-depth details and the book offered great background on crafting of the book. Would recommend this book to other students, teachers and scholars." (Brian Quintana)

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