VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN / October 2004
Kemp, A., Rawlings, E., & Green, B. (1991). Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in bat- tered women: A shelter sample. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 4, 137-147. Kinnell, H. (2001). Murderous clients and indifferent justice: Violence against sex workers in the UK. Research for Sex Work, 4, 22-24. Koss, M., & Heslet, L. (1992). Somatic consequences of violence against women. Archives of Family Medicine, 1, 53-59. Kramer, L. (2003). Emotional experiences of performing prostitution. In M. Farley (Ed.), Prostitution, trafficking, and traumatic stress (pp. 187-198). Binghamton, NY: Haworth. Laurent, C., Seck, K., Coumba, N., Kane, T., Samb, N., Wade, A., Liegeois, F., Mboup, S., Ndoye, I., & Delaparte, E. (2003). Prevalence of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, and risk behaviors in unregistered sex workers in Dakar, Senegal. AIDS, 17, 1811-1816. Leidholdt, D. (1993). Prostitution: A violation of women’s human rights. Cardozo Women’s Law Journal, 1, 133-147. Leone, D. (2001, September 10). One in 100 children in sex trade, study says. Honolulu Star Bulletin. Retrieved September 29, 2001, from http://starbulletin.com/2001/09/10/ news/story1.html Lewis, J. (1998). Lap dancing: Personal and legal implications for exotic dancers. In J. A. Elias, V. L. Bullough, V. Elias, & G. Brewer (Eds.), Prostitution: On whores, hustlers, and johns (pp. 376-389). Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. Lim, L. L. (Ed.). (1998). The sex sector: The economic and social bases of prostitution in Southeast Asia. Geneva, Switzerland: International Labor Organization. Loff, B., Overs, C., & Longo, P. (2003). Can health programmes lead to mistreatment of sex workers? Lancet, 36, 1982-1983. MacBrayne, R. (2003, December 5). Brothel bylaws cause local-body headaches. New Zea- land Herald. Retrieved December 6, 2003, from www.nzherald.co.nz/storydisplay. cfm?storyID=3537678&thesection=news&thesubsection=general MacKinnon, C. A. (1993). Prostitution and civil rights. Michigan Journal of Gender and Law, 1, 13-31. MacKinnon, C. A. (2001). Sex equality. New York: Foundation Press. MacKinnon, C. A., & Dworkin, A. (1997). In harm’s way: The pornography civil rights hearings. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Marinucci, C., & Williams, L. (1993, August 15). Ex-felon directs safe-sex project. San Fran- cisco Examiner, pp. 1-12. Masters, W., & Johnson, V. (1973). Ten sex myths exploded: The sensuous society. Chicago: Play- boy Press. Matsamura, E. K. (2003, September 2). Lack of women’s rights helps the spread of AIDS. Global Information Network, English IPS News, Retrieved October 15, 2003, from www. aegis.com/news/ips/2003/IP030902.html McKeganey, N., & Barnard, M. (1996). Sex work on the streets: Prostitutes and their clients. Buckingham, Scotland: Milton Keynes Open University Press. McLeod, E. (1982). Women working: Prostitution now. London: Croom Helm. Miller, E. M. (1986). Street woman. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Miller, J. (1995). Gender and power on the streets: Street prostitution in the era of crack cocaine. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 23, 427-452. Nairne, D. (2000). We want the power: Findings from focus group discussions in Hillbrow, Johannesburg. Research for Sex Work, 3, 3-5. Nakashima, K., Kashiwagi, S., Hayashi, J., Urabe, K., Minami, K., & Maeda, Y. (1996). Prev- alence of hepatitis C virus infection among female prostitutes in Fukuoka, Japan. Jour- nal of Gastoenterology, 31, 664-448.