Female Street Prostitutes' Violent Victimization: International Perspective

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Publication 1-year master student thesis
Title Female Street Prostitutes' Violent Victimization: International Perspective
Author Burduli, Anuki
Date 2015
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This master thesis investigates the causes of female street prostitutes’ high level of violent victimization and based on the findings suggests the possible ways to better protect this group of women in order to reduce the harm they face. I chose a qualitative content analysis as a research method and focused on three main theories within the field of Victimology. Lifestyle model, Routine Activity and Neutralization and Desensitization Theories are the most suitable to explain the specific factors which make female street prostitutes’ one of the most victimized groups of the society. The results of the analysis are the clear example that legalizing street prostitution is the so called basis to plan and develop further protective and preventive strategies. Though, the recommendation includes conducting the future research to compare the violence rate of legalized female street prostitution with an unregulated one.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Hälsa och samhälle
Pages 33
Language eng (iso)
Subject Female street prostitutes’ victimization, international perspective, legalization, prevention and not punishment, stigmatization, the nature of the lifestyle, vulnerability
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/18930 Permalink to this page
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