Chinese Prostitution Bib

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Elliott Klavuhn
Gender & Development
Prostitution in China
Prostitution in China
Liu, Min. "Migration, Prostitution, and Human Trafficing." Google Books. N.p., 2011. Web. 24 Apr. 2013. This article attempts to explain the relationship between trafficking and prostitution which is something that most only differentiate. The studies/interviews took place Shenzhen which is a boom town in China that has its fair share of human trafficking and prostitution. Those who were interviewed include; law enforcement, women working in sex venues, and sex ring operators.

Jeffreys, Elaine. "Prostitution Scandals in China." Google Books. N.p., 2012. Web. 24 Apr. 2013. The book Prostitution Scandals in China discusses the media’s role in prostitution and the lack of using its ability to point out the prostitution issue in China. Since the prostitution industry is growing rapidly it is not socially a good idea to speak out against a activity that is helping your country economically. During the period under Mao Zedong’s control there was no prostitution. But since the market in China became freer after 1979 the prostituting industry has been increasing.

Jinghao, Zhou. "Chinese Prostitution: Consequences and Solutions in the Post-Mao Era." N.p., 01 Sept. 2006. Web
Goal of this article is to change the Chinese people’s views on life in order to eradicate or look down upon the prostitution wave in China. Examines the growth of prostitution in the post-Mao era and how Chinas market economy, lack of religious beliefs, and diverse culture has allowed for this behavior to happen....
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