This new collection explores for the first time male sex work from a rich array of perspectives and disciplines. It aims to help enrich the ways in which we view both male sex work as a field of commerce and male sex workers themselves.
Leading contributors examine the field both historically and cross-culturally from fields including public health, sociology, psychology, social services, history, filmography, economics, mental health, criminal justice, geography, and migration studies, and more.
Synthesizing introductions by the editors help the reader understand the implications of the findings and conclusions for scholars, practitioners, students, and members of the interested/concerned public.
|Publisher:||Harrington Park Press, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Victor Minichiello, Ph.D., is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health & Human Biosciences at La Trobe University, Melbourne (Australia), and Section Editor of BMC Public Health. An internationally recognized sexual health and public health researcher, Victor has published over 170 books and journal articles that have a high citation rate. He has published extensively on the male sex industry (over 20 journal papers), including invitations to contribute to four recent international edited books and an encyclopedia on men and masculinities, and is one of the world's top authorities on the subject. His research has focused on the sexuality issues of a number of marginalized groups, including men who have sex with men, sex workers, and older people.
John Scott, PhD, is Professor, Faculty of Law, School of Justice, Queensland Institute of Technology (Australia). He is an internationally recognized sexual health and public health researcher. Since 2001, John has published one book, one book chapter, and eight peer-reviewed articles on the sex industry in Australia. He also has published two encyclopedia entries on aspects of the sex industry, and has presented numerous seminars and conference papers on the sex industry at national and international forums.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Reframing Male Sex Work, by John Scott and Victor Minichiello
Male Sex Work in Sociohistoric Context
1. Male Sex Work from Ancient Times to the Near Present, by Mack Friedman
2. Male Sex Work in Modern Times, by Kerwin Kaye
3. Representations of Male Sex Work in Film, by Russell Sheaffer
Marketing of Male Sex Work
4. Advertising Male Sexual Services, by Allan Tyler
5. Economic Analyses of Male Sex Work, by Trevon D. Logan
Social Issues and Cultures in Male Sex Work
6. Clients of Male Sex Workers, by John Scott, Denton Callander, and Victor Minichiello
7. Regulation of the Male Sex Industry, by Thomas Crofts
8. Public Health Policy and Practice with Male Sex Workers, by David S. Bimbi and Juline A. Koken
9. Mental Health Aspects of Male Sex Work, by Juline A. Koken and David S. Bimbi
10. Gay Subcultures, by Christian Grov and Michael D. Smith
11. Health and Wellness Services for Male Sex Workers, by Mary Laing and Justin Gaffney
Male Sex Work in Its Global Context
12. Male Sex Work in Southern and Eastern Africa, by Paul Boyce and Gordon Isaacs
13. Male Sex Work in China, by Travis S. K. Kong
14. Male Sex Work in Post-Soviet Russia, by Linda M. Niccolai
15. Male Sex Work from Latin American Perspectives, by Victor Minichiello, Tinashe Dune, Carlos Disogra, and Rodrigo Mariño
16. Migrant Male Sex Workers in Germany, by Heide Castañeda
17. Male Sex Work in the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland, by Paul J. Maginn and Graham Ellison
Conclusion: Future Directions in Male Sex Work Research, by Victor Minichiello and John Scott