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The Global Political Economy of Sex: Desire, Violence, and Insecurity in Mediterranean Nation States

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This book examines the movement of domestic and sex workers to Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey and demonstrates that gender, race (ethnicity), and nationality are crucial elements in the constitution of the desire economies which are informed by the dominant neoliberal understanding of globalization and its neocolonial logic: the desire for power and security, and the drive to ...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published August 22nd 2006 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published January 1st 2004)
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