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Pomirenje paradigmi o prostituciji uz pomoć naracije

Mojca PAJNIK orcid id ; Fakultet društvenih znanosti, Ljubljana

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 202 Kb

str. 257-276

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The article focuses on the sex work / violence controversy in
debates about prostitution both theoretically and empirically,
with an emphasis on Central/South-Eastern Europe, and
Slovenia in particular. The article first analyses studies and
debates on prostitution in the region during the (post)socialist
years. It then moves on to discuss the twofold effect of the
liberalization of prostitution during the transition period:
while, on the one hand, prostitution was destigmatized, on
the other it was commodified to serve the economic interests
of the emerging globalized sex and trafficking industry.
Interviews with various protagonists involved in prostitution in
Slovenia show how these processes affected their living and
working conditions. The experiences of prostitutes reveal the
complexity of their situations, showing that there is no clear-
-cut distinction between prostitution and trafficking and that
both voluntary and involuntary elements are involved. By
evaluation of arguments of both the sex work and the
violence paradigms, the article proposes to study prostitution
beyond binarism, in its heterogeneity, i.e. by thematizing its
various aspects and by taking into consideration the realities
of actors engaged in prostitution.

Ključne riječi

prostitucija; seksualnost; seksualni rad; nasilje; naracija; Slovenija

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