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New Localism: Implications for the Governance of Street Sex Work in England and Wales. / Tracey Sagar, Jodie Croxall

Social Policy and Society, Volume: 11, Issue: 4, Pages: 483 - 494

Swansea University Authors: Tracey Sagar, Jodie Croxall

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<p>This article focuses on the escalating shift in power from the centre to ‘community’ with specific regard to the local governance of street sex work. With reference to reforms in local governance and sex work policy, we question what localism may mean for street sex workers as both vulnerab...

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ISSN: 1475-3073
Published: 2012
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title New Localism: Implications for the Governance of Street Sex Work in England and Wales.
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title_short New Localism: Implications for the Governance of Street Sex Work in England and Wales.
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description <p>This article focuses on the escalating shift in power from the centre to ‘community’ with specific regard to the local governance of street sex work. With reference to reforms in local governance and sex work policy, we question what localism may mean for street sex workers as both vulnerable members of the community and also anti-social subjects. Our critical examination suggests that street sex workers are susceptible to increasing marginalisation and social exclusion. To counter this, it is argued that there needs to be greater attention and investment towards improving community cohesion and democracy for 'all' within the localist agenda.</p>
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