Professor Jane Scoular
Professor Jane Scoular
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Regulating prostitution: social inclusion, responsibilization and the politics of prostitution reform
J Scoular, M O'Neill
The British journal of criminology 47 (5), 764-778, 2007
Regulating sex work in the EU: prostitute women and the new spaces of exclusion
P Hubbard, R Matthews, J Scoular
Gender, Place & Culture 15 (2), 137-152, 2008
The ‘subject’of prostitution: Interpreting the discursive, symbolic and material position of sex/work in feminist theory
J Scoular
Feminist Theory 5 (3), 343-355, 2004
What's law got to do with it? How and why law matters in the regulation of sex work
J Scoular
Journal of law and society 37 (1), 12-39, 2010
Living with the Other: Street sex work, contingent communities and degrees of tolerance
M O'Neill, R Campbell, P Hubbard, J Pitcher, J Scoular
Crime, Media, Culture 4 (1), 73-93, 2008
Away from prying eyes? The urban geographies ofadult entertainment'
P Hubbard, R Matthews, J Scoular, L Agustín
Progress in Human Geography 32 (3), 363-381, 2008
Criminalising'punters': Evaluating the Swedish position on prostitution
J Scoular
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 26 (2), 195-210, 2004
Abusing vulnerability? Contemporary law and policy responses to sex work in the UK
VE Munro, J Scoular
Feminist Legal Studies 20 (3), 189-206, 2012
A critical account of a ‘creeping neo-abolitionism’: Regulating prostitution in England and Wales
J Scoular, A Carline
Criminology & Criminal Justice 14 (5), 608-626, 2014
Legal geographies—controlling sexually oriented businesses: law, licensing, and the geographies of a controversial land use
P Hubbard, R Matthews, J Scoular
Urban Geography 30 (2), 185-205, 2009
Internet sex work: Beyond the gaze
T Sanders, J Scoular, R Campbell, J Pitcher, S Cunningham
Springer, 2017
What's Anti Social About Sex Work
J Scoular
Available at SSRN 1868140, 2011
The subject of prostitution: Sex work, law and social theory
J Scoular
Routledge, 2015
Saving fallen women now? Critical perspectives on engagement and support orders and their policy of forced welfarism
A Carline, J Scoular
Social Policy and Society 14 (1), 103-112, 2015
Introduction: the changing social and legal context of sexual commerce: why regulation matters
J Scoular, T Sanders
Journal of Law and Society 37 (1), 1-11, 2010
Legal incursions into supply/demand: Criminalising and responsibilising the buyers and sellers of sex in the UK
J Scoular, M O’Neill
Demanding sex: Critical reflections on the regulation of prostitution, 13-33, 2008
Crack and cocaine use among female prostitutes in Glasgow: Risky business
G Gilchrist, J Cameron, J Scoular
Drugs: education, prevention and policy 12 (5), 381-391, 2005
Behind the screen: Commercial sex, digital spaces and working online
S Cunningham, T Sanders, J Scoular, R Campbell, J Pitcher, K Hill, ...
Technology in society 53, 47-54, 2018
Harm, vulnerability and citizenship: constitutional possibilities in the criminalisation of contemporary sex work
V Munro, J Scoular
Oxford University Press, 2013
Regulating sex/work: from crime control to neo-liberalism?
J Scoular, T Sanders
Wiley-Blackwell, 2010
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