The Sex Industry in New Zealand
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The Sex Industry in New Zealand A Literature Review by Jan Jordan

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Published by Ministry of Justice .
Written in English


  • Human Sexuality,
  • Psychology

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ContributionsNew Zealand (Other Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages97
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10342616M
ISBN 100478201982
ISBN 109780478201987

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 97 p. ; 30 cm. Contents: Part I. The sex industry in New Zealand: Introduction and methodology --Background --Definition of terms --History of the sex industry in New Zealand --Size, structure and organisation --Sex workers; characteristics and backgrounds --Entry into sex work --Motivations underlying entry into the sex. The sex industry in New Zealand: a literature review / Includes bibliographical references (p. ). Also available via the World Wide Web. Also available via the World Wide Web. Contributor: Jordan, Jan. The New Zealand Prostitutes Collective's national co-ordinator has warned that sex workers are particularly vulnerable to the economic effects of the outbreak because most of their work involves. Prostitution in New Zealand, brothel-keeping, living off the proceeds of someone else's prostitution, and street solicitation are legal in New Zealand and have been since the Prostitution Reform Act came into effect. Coercion of sex workers is illegal. The decriminalisation of brothels, escort agencies and soliciting, and the substitution of a minimal regulatory model, created.

The sex industry (also called the sex trade) consists of businesses that either directly or indirectly provide sex-related products and services or adult industry includes activities involving direct provision of sex-related services, such as prostitution, strip clubs, host and hostess clubs and sex-related pastimes, such as pornography, sex-oriented men's magazines, sex.   Ban lifted on New Zealand young adult novel Into the River including the New Zealand Book Council and the Wednesday of succumbing to book industry pressure despite the book. Get this from a library! The nature and extent of the sex industry in New Zealand: an estimation. [New Zealand. Prostitution Law Review Committee.; New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.;] -- This report provides baseline information on the sex industry prior to the passage of the Prostitution Reform Act This means that the sex industry now operates under the same health and safety rules as any New Zealand industry. This Guide is intended for sex industry owner/operators, the self-employed, employers, managers and workers. It covers a broad range of topics and is relevant to all New Zealand sex workers, regardless of their location or mode of.

Decriminalising sex work in New Zealand: its history and impact. Fraser is currently working on a follow up to this article that will document the lived experiences of New Zealand sex workers. He has written extensively on the sex industry in the United States and abroad, and is currently writing a book on political conflicts over prostitution policies in selected nations. He is frequently contacted by the media for information and comment on issues regarding the sex industry. Tuesday 6 November pm. New Zealand sex workers in an era of change Caren Wilton with photographs by Madeleine Slavick. The book. In My Body, My Business, 11 former and current New Zealand sex workers speak frankly, in their own voices, about their lives in and out of the sex stories are by turns eye-opening, poignant, heartening, disturbing and compelling.   News. NZ’s approach to sex work under fire A new book by British journalist and academic Julie Bindel has taken aim at New Zealand’s landmark Prostitution Reform Act (PRA), accusing it of further entrenching a culture of violence against women and failing, at the most basic level, to fulfil its primary function: to improve the lives of sex workers.