JOHN MWAURA -BACP/4231/13
ST. PAULS UNIVERSITY.
ACADEMIC WRITING ASSIGNMENT-OUTLINE
Definition: This can be defined as the practice of engaging in sexual activity, usually with individuals who are not spouses or friends, in exchange for immediate payment in money or other valuables. They can be of either sex and may engage in heterosexual or homosexual activity. Types of prostitution
1. Street prostitution – where clients are solicited from the streets, parks or other public places 2. Brothels – from premises dedicated solely for providing sex for payment 3. Escort – where clients contact sex workers by phone or hotel staff 4. Private – where client contacts sex worker by phone but meet at sex worker’s premises, eg in Britain 5. Window or Doorway – Brothels with sex workers on display or show, eg in Amsterdam and Hamburg 6. Clubs or drinking joints - where clients and sex workers meet in discos or bars 7. Sauna/Massage Places
8. Door knock or hotel knock – where unaccompanied males have their doors knocked by sex workers 9. Transport – trucks, ships, trains
10. Femme libre – which involves widows, singles or divorcees 11. Individual arrangements – e.g. Single mother engaging in sex with landlord so as not to pay rent 12. Child prostitution
Causes of prostitution:
2. Moral decadence
3. Peer pressure – common in universities, for example in Kenya where ladies target rich men for sustenance. 4. Culture – Mass media like televisions, magazines may contribute to the trade 5. The state – certain countries encourage international prostitution by allowing it to happen, for example Thailand which acknowledges sex tourism 6. Illegal trafficking of women and children
7. Access to pornography
8. Lack of parental guidance – parents who do not know what their children are exposed to make their children vulnerable. 9. Survival sex – prostitution so that sex worker can afford basic needs and...
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