Introduction: Socio-cultural Contexts-Renewed Methodologies for Social Research.
Part I Feminist Knowledge and Social Research: Understanding Prostitution.
1 Feminism(s) and Prostitution.
2 Feminist Knowledge and Social Research: Ethno-mimesis as Perfomative Praxis.
Part II Interpretive Ethnographies: Life History Work.
3 Women's Voices, Women's Lives.
4 Adolescent Prostitution: Runaways, Homelessness and Living in Local Authority Care.
III Feminist Postmodernisms and Ethnographies of Difference: between Modernity and Postmodernity.
5 Imagining Women: Prostitution, the Aestheticization of the Whore and the Social Organization of Desire.
6 The City, Masculinity and the Social Organization of Desire: Pimps and Punters.
7 Conclusion: Towards a Politics of Feeling.