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Children and survival sex: A social work agenda Natalie Thorburn, Irene de Haan Abstract The purchasing of sexual services by adults from children and adolescents affects an un- known womenn of New Zealand youth, and is present in both rural and urban settings. International research shows that on average girls begin using sex for survival between the ages of 12 and sexx Recent articles are consistent in their comparison of transactional sex to child sexual abuse.


Key facts The Agenda includes 17 Global Goals addressing the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. In this way, radical feminists understand the sex trade to be embedded in patriarchy in particularly severe and overt ways. Child Abuse Review, 14, Work, Violence, or Both?

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Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 19, Child prostitution. New York Times, March 12, Arts. Liberal and radical feminists clearly target one another in their counter frames, and they certainly also target women in the sex trade for mobilization. Many feminists, helping professionals, and women engaged in the sex trade have shifted womfn use of language when referring to the act of exchanging money, goods, or services for the performance of a sex act.

This paper focuses primarily on the issue of illegal sex work, as it manifests on the street, in brothels, in upscale escort services, behind closed curtains in strip clubs, at private parties, and in numerous other settings. Laws needed to clean up underage prostitution. Thus, an examination of two major feminist perspectives on the sex trade reveals a ificant divide among feminists identifying as advocates for women in prostitution.

Feminist advocates of the sex trade employ their own master frame, namely choice.

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The facts of life about womne prostitution. Journal of Women and Social Work, 27 2 Up on K Road on Saturday night: sex, gender and sex work in Auckland. Do we even have enough information to know? Attached to the Goals are concrete targets measured by specific indicators. Flawed theory and method in studies of prostitution. This challenge will become clear after ssex how both abolitionists and non-abolitionists pursue frames they hope will advance their respective policy and organizational agendas.

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Kesler, Kari. Boles J. The illusions and juxtapositions of com- mercial sexual exploitation among youth: Identifying effective street-outreach strategies. Jordan, J.

Radical feminists argue that the sex trade is inherently exploitive and an ultimate manifestation of systemic violence against Sg. The sexual exploitation of children.

Weitzer, Ronald. Critical Social Policy, 25 woemn But since radical and liberal feminism reflect the influential theories, this paper is focused on them.

Child Abuse and Neglect, 5, Gangs and girls: Understanding juvenile prostitution. Questions for oral answer: Children — prostitution.

Social Science and Medicine, 39, 185 For instance, while Melissa Farley demands the elimination of commercial sexual exploitation, she argues that framing prostitution as work normalizes the Sy trade and silences the violent and exploitive reality of the industry. National Association of Social Workers, Instead, they conceptualize participation in the sex trade as sex work, which allows sex workers to be viewed and respected as legitimate laborers deserving the same rights as other workers.

Weatherall, Ann and Anna Priestly.

Proponents of this view believe that prostitution is rarely if ever entered into freely and claim the reasons women stay in prostitution are similar to the reasons women stay in abusive relationships. Both sides of the feminist sex trade debate utilize framing activities that fit within those vocabularies. The situation in The SDGs are universal in scope. Of course, as Benson and Snow point out, framing qomen relies heavily on the internal consistencies within a movement, and both sides of this debate struggle to maintain that credibility.

Work, violence, or both? framing the sex trade and setting an agenda for justice

Three primary pathways into survival sex have been identified: through intermediaries, through child sexual abuse and through inadequate protective systems. Cobbina, J. But four years since world leaders committed to achieving the SDGs, are we on track to achieve the goals for children? Association between childhood sexual abuse and transactional sex in youth aging out of foster care.

Our assessment is sobering. This brochure revisits the conclusions of that report, updated with data for a perspective. Social and structural violence and power relations in mitigating HIV risk of drug-using women in survival sex work. Ahrens, K. Briefing notes provide detailed information on child-related global SDG indicators for which UNICEF has been identified as custodian, co-custodian, or srx agency for the purposes of global reporting.

Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 22 3 Despite their disagreements, those who call for the elimination of the sex trade and those striving to lift restrictions and stigma from sex work identify a capitalist patriarchy as the root threat to the safety and autonomy of women impacted by the sex trade Overall Crampton, D. Evaluating sex work. Inlegislation was passed which made the purchase of a sex act illegal while ensuring that the exchange of sex for money would bring no legal penalty Ekberg Shannon, K.

Patriarchal ideals relating to gender roles and female sexuality may perpetuate the selling of sexual services by young people. Farley, Melissa.

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