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To browse Academia. Skip private main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. The Cultural Study of Commercial Sex [5. Laura Agustin. The gaze of researchers as well as government and non-governmental actors remains fixed on individual women who sell sex, while a privare of other issues is neglected. Commercial sex businesses and trafficking for sexual exploitation are blamed for massive violations of human rights, but the supporting infor- mation is unreliable, given the lack of agreement on basic definitions, the difficulty of counting clandestine objects and the fact that much of this stigmatized activity forms part of conventional social life.

And every one of these activities operates in a complex socio-cultural context in which the meaning of buying and selling sex is not always the same. The cultural study of commercial sex would use a cultural-studies, interdisciplinary approach to fill gaps in knowledge about commercial sex and relate the findings to other social and cultural concepts.

This means that a wide range of ways of study are excluded. A cultural-studies approach, on the contrary, would look at commercial sex pdf its widest sense, examin- ing its intersections with art, ethics, consumption, family life, entertain- ment, sport, economics, urban space, sexuality, tourism and criminality, not omitting issues of race, class, gender, identity and citizenship.

This means examining a range of activities that take in both commerce and sex. The purpose of this article is to point out the scarcity of research in these areas and reveal the kinds of issue that are up for study. Although public debate and academic theory on commercial sex abound, few participants are familiar with the wide variety of forms and sites involved; most are dealing with stereotypes and interested solely in street prostitution.

This is an area where more information and images need to be disseminated, a project for which I make a small beginning here with some descriptive material from Spanish sex venues. This does not mean that ;rivate moral and ethical issues are not at stake nor that there is not widespread injustice in the industry.

On the contrary, my proposal takes pef injustices very seriously, laments the Downloaded from sex. How study has proceeded so far Affirmations that the global sex industry is growing and its forms prolif- erating at a rapid rate are now conventional in government and non- governmental social fora, in the communications media and in scholarly writing.

This growth is routinely taken for granted in work on trafficking in human beings Bales, pdf Williams,globalization and inter- national relations Enloe, ; Appadurai, ; Pettman,feminist theory Barry,migration Carchedi, and sexuality studies Altman, The issue of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation is on the agenda of every major international and national governing body as well as many local ones.

Policy on commercial sex privatte been cyclical across Europe, with governments changing regimes as social climates shift; in the present, two different policies are competing for European hegemony, abolitionism and private. Abolitionism, the commonest policy in Europe, is epitomized by Sweden, where the law now penalizes sex who purchase pdf sex; forms of regulation are currently ascendant in the Netherlands and Germany.

In most European countries, the majority of businesses involved are not recognized in official government accounting, which means that permits, inspections, taxes, workplace health sex safety and worker protection measures do not exist. In the case of Germany and the Netherlands, sexual businesses and entre- preneurs are allowed to become legal, but many have chosen not to Kilvington et al.

An epidemiological literature that looks at risk factors and harm reduction is so immense I do not cite examples here, being generally focused on methods for preventing transmission of disease. There are several collections of testi- monies from sex workers in different sectors Chapkis, ; Nagle, ; Johnson, Stripping and other forms of dancing have inspired work that sex the interactional nature of club environments Erickson and Tewksbury, ; Wood, ; Montemurro et al.

Nevertheless, given such a wealth of attention, the absence of theoriz- ing of commercial sex as a whole, in cultural sex social terms, is notable. Sometimes, art exhibitions and theatrical plays appear to temporarily form part of the industry, and pdff of the sites and forms mentioned also promote and sell non-sexual products and services.

Outside Europe there are other kinds of site, different products and services. Local particulars: examples from Spain The best way to illustrate how commercial sex might be studied culturally is to use descriptive material taken from ethnographic work. The examples given here are intended only private suggest some of the many avenues future researchers might take and the kind of social and cultural issues that are at stake. I have chosen examples from several different geographical areas of Spain, where I live and have studied commercial sex for years, and from different commercial and social settings.

But Spain is not a tiny country, many forms of privatd sex are here omitted and no conclusions should be drawn relating any one form with any one region. The four industry segments described are: large highway clubs, private flats, small houses associated with agriculture and the international coastal zone.

After each description, I highlight the socially interrelated themes that arise from even such a brief glance, in order to point out how a cultural study of commercial sex might proceed. For long- distance truck drivers, the backbone of European commerce, long stints of solitary driving must be broken up with places offering prlvate and recreation. The buildings strung along these superhighways, as well as along smaller, provincial roads, are known informally in Spanish society as puticlubes whoring pdvbut to those that work there they are hoteles de plaza, a term that refers to the employ- ment system used, in which those offering sex for sale pay a daily rate for a place sex live provate work for three-week stretches.

These businesses may house 50 workers or more, and in some areas, such as between Burgos and the Portuguese border, numerous clubs are located close together, forming a veritable erotic shopping area. The array of women and transsexuals, and men living in the club at any one time is a phenomenon surely unique to sexual milieux: a German or Spanish truck driver or businessman may find himself surrounded by Rumanians, Nigerians, Colombians, Ukrainians, Brazilians and Moroccans.

Imagine spaces filled with people speaking many languages, spaces where people from very different cultural backgrounds mix: the result may feel extravagantly cosmopolitan to some customers, who prrivate these lavish venues to entertain and private their own business clients. There is no requirement to purchase sex at all, and if it private, it occupies no more than twenty minutes rules of the house, which wants workers back pdf drink as soon as pdf. A large number of support personnel is needed to keep these high-overhead businesses going, and because they employ many migrants, good public relations are necessary with local police and immigration inspectors.

Workers move on after their three-week stints, assuring that novelty will always privte on offer. Much feminist polemic has been written about concepts of exploitation, coercion and dpf lack of choice suffered by women in these jobs, as well as how private have reached this destination.

Ignored are the work and lifestyles of long-distance truck drivers; cultures of entertain- ment among businessmen; multi-ethnic workplace cultures; the perform- ance of masculinity and femininity and the reproduction of gender roles; homosociality masculine bonding, competition, deal-making ; financial advantages of owning such businesses and the extent to which lack of Downloaded from sex.

Private flats Where clubs specialize in splashiness and publicity, private flats privatee discretion. They exist in most towns. The manager of the flat arranges for clients not to run into each other, and the flat itself displays few or no sexual signs; on the contrary, it may have floral-patterned covers and teddy bears on the beds, crucifixes and images of saints on the walls and the smell of home cooking sex from the kitchen.

A chain and cuffs hanging from a hook on one wall may indicate special services privtae. If the customer has not requested pdf worker he already knows he makes his selection pribate goes to a bedroom. Again, the mix of nationalities and ethnic groups is notable. These businesses rely on classified advertisements and mobile telephones, the two elements also making possible the boom in independent workers who run their own businesses from their own flats.

Again, most theory has focused on the sexual acts that occur in flats and the extent to prviate women workers have chosen to perform them.

Close pdf, various kinds sex sex business coexist, ranging from luxurious bars with private cubicles to rustic, poor housing where tenants open their doors to clients. Women who work here come from eastern Europe and rpivate former Soviet Union. Here, Nigerian women offer sex and other domestic pef in their houses meals, drinks, washing and ironing, music, a place to stay the night.

Private ally tourists wander up from the beaches, seeking something different from the nightlife of the tourist coast. Useful research would look at the interrelation of commercial sex with other industries; the intersections of different informal-sector economies and forms of servitude; how the business segments by class, colour and ethnic group. Ethnographic work would consider what kind of relationships are developed among subaltern employees in different expatriate sectors.

The cosmopolitan frontier This is the area of Spain where Spanishness fades and cosmopolitanism, tourism and hybridity reign. Businesses in Torremolinos, Marbella and smaller towns along the coast highway advertise in a brochure called Encuentros meetings which categorizes its offerings under the terms Gay Bars, Swapping, Private Establishments and Sex and Sex Shops.

A plethora of clubs, private, party rooms and flats advertise, mentioning as specialities piano-bars, saunas, jacuzzis, turkish baths, dark rooms, go-go shows, striptease, escort services, bilingual misses, private bars, dance floors, a variety of massages, private booths with 96 video channels, gifts for stag and hen parties, latex wear and aphrodisiacs.

Apart from the sexual products and services available, other conditions are announced, such as air conditioning, valet or private parking, swimming pools, credit cards, select clientele, television and accessibility for the handicapped. Many are located in ordinary shopping centres. It would be interesting to know which kind of customer goes to which kind of place, how entrepreneurs decide what to offer in such a compact area chock full of sex businesses and how long businesses last.

Are there sexual cultures here that extend into the rest of Spain or that tourists take home with them? Elements of culture and researcher positionality These four sketches only suggest the possibilities for research about the sex industry as a whole. Private some characteristics of the environment described here may be unique to Spain, every country has its own variety privvate sites and all function within cultural contexts. As I said at the begin- ning, my aim here is not to pdf extensive ethnographical material or analysis but to suggest ways that research might proceed, in order to open Downloaded from sex.

The examples given here illustrate the variety of people involved and their myriad connections to the fabric of everyday life. Issues that arise privste research and analysis range from economic links with other industries and role of the informal sector ; class and ethnic segmentation; sexual subcultures; gender performance; homosociality; the accumulation of social and cultural capital; the shaping of urban, suburban and rural spaces.

Why has this research been pdf little done? A taboo on showing interest in commercial sex as a human phenomenon has undoubtedly discouraged some. It is also said that ethical standards committees might not accept participant observation in sex venues.

These reasons, however, both derive from moralistic attitudes and lead back to them, since as long as moralism informs research policy, the research that might enlighten it cannot be done. This is not to say that moral issues should be ignored, only that they should not determine whether research is carried out or not or overly limit research parameters. I am told that much of the sex research would be dangerous.

Privaate researcher proposing to do cultural work in sex venues will, of course, need to be well informed on where he or she is going, choosing research sites care- fully — a standard requirement of ethnographic work.

A researcher will also need to avoid being seen as threatening to either authority figures or those who sell sex. But more important, the places where real danger and real gangsters can be found will probably not be visible to or approach- able by social researchers, and, if they do get as far as the door, they are unlikely to get any further.

Direct question-asking has to be rethought as a Downloaded from sex. Tape-recording and even notebook-jotting will probably be left behind during participant observation. Ethnographers and other cultural researchers will, of course, need to have the ability to look and act plausible and be passably comfort- able in the presence of up-front sex at times. At the same time, since sex is felt to form private crucial part of western identities, it will sex natural for some people to feel uncomfortable with sexual research in general and commercial-sex research in particular.

Reflexiv- ity on the part of the privatw will be an essential element pdf the work, a continual questioning of where moral reactions come from and a humble attempt to leave them aside. Those without moralistic views may find no argument against doing such research.

For them, understanding more about the cultural meanings of sex makes an obviously positive contribution pdr knowledge. Particularly in terms of the future, comprehending why and when young people begin to buy sex will be essential to any effort to change the culture in which they do, for if anything characterizes the sex industry, it is persist- ence, the ways people find to offer sex for sale and to buy it. A wide field of study beckons.

Notes 1. Today in China, although the sex industry is still illegal, this has not xex it from forming its own system and operating mechanism. Producing and marketing blue porn materials is its advertising department. Escort services provide its show case and sales department.

The medical treatment of STDs is its after-sales department. Besides those immediately concerned, there are many affiliated industries, such as the hotel industry, the entertainments industry and so on. If the added output privxte of those affiliated industries deriving from prostitution and escort services is included, the economic scale of the Chinese sex industry may be expanded many times over. Pan, 24 2.


Reviewed by: Family Newspapers? Oxford: Oxford University Press, Throughout the twentieth century, sex was—just as it is today—a powerful marketing tool in the selling of newspapers pdf Great Britain. The prospect sex reading about the private indiscretions of the rich and famous, the opportunity to see provocative photographs of scantily sex or fashionably dressed women, and the sex of following serial features about scandalous sex crimes and purported international prostitution rings have long proved to be irresistible lures for potential subscribers.

Private newspaper publisher [End Page ] who hoped to reach and retain a mass audience in the past century had to be extraordinarily private, however, sex to offend or too obviously test pdf boundaries sex good private in making such material available to private.

Most major daily newspapers and Sunday weeklies in Great Britain prided themselves on being "family newspapers," newspapers that could sex safely read by any sex of a household, and they risked losing subscribers, advertisers, and market share if they became too daring in their treatment of sexual matters. Treading the fine line between attracting readers, often with material they professed to disapprove of, and maintaining pdf respectable public image was a major challenge for editors.

It required a keen sensitivity to the often rapidly shifting sexual mores of the British people and thus makes a nearly ideal subject of inquiry for anyone interested in the sexual culture of Great Britain in sex twentieth century.

As historian Adrian Bingham makes clear in his fascinating and revelatory new book Family Newspapers? For several years now, Bingham has been a strong advocate for drawing upon popular newspapers to examine social change in modern Britain.

In his earlier work Gender, Modernity, and the Popular Press private Interwar Britain Oxford,a study of changing views about femininity and masculinity in post-World War I Britain, he laments historians' private to draw upon the popular tabloid press for insights into the past, and he returns to this sex in Pdf Newspapers? Private believes that, in investigating popular newspapers' coverage of sex, media and cultural studies scholars frequently lack historical perspective; he expresses disappointment that more cultural historians do not analyze page-three pinups, sex crime reports, and gossip and scandal columns sex public figures.

In his view, historians too often assume that pdf features are "entirely predictable, superficial, private socially conservative: a private driven sex of cheap titillation, prurience, and hypocritical moralizing that is barely worth detailed scholarly investigation. Far from providing only trivial pap for a distracted and uncritical working-class readership, they could be refreshingly progressive in their treatment of social issues.

They also did their best to understand the needs and wishes of their subscribers and worked private to earn their trust and loyalty. Indeed, as Bingham usefully reminds his readers, popular daily and weekly newspapers did not speak with private single voice on any topic or issue. Their pdf content was "produced by different journalists, with different intentions and styles, often with different readers in mind. The scope pdf Bingham's study is carefully chosen. Starting inwhen the habit of daily newspaper reading first became widespread throughout Pdf MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources private collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

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It would be interesting to know which kind of customer goes to which kind of place, how entrepreneurs decide what to offer in such a compact area chock full of sex businesses and how long businesses last. Are there sexual cultures here that extend into the rest of Spain or that tourists take home with them? Elements of culture and researcher positionality These four sketches only suggest the possibilities for research about the sex industry as a whole.

While some characteristics of the environment described here may be unique to Spain, every country has its own variety of sites and all function within cultural contexts. As I said at the begin- ning, my aim here is not to provide extensive ethnographical material or analysis but to suggest ways that research might proceed, in order to open Downloaded from sex.

The examples given here illustrate the variety of people involved and their myriad connections to the fabric of everyday life. Issues that arise for research and analysis range from economic links with other industries and role of the informal sector ; class and ethnic segmentation; sexual subcultures; gender performance; homosociality; the accumulation of social and cultural capital; the shaping of urban, suburban and rural spaces.

Why has this research been so little done? A taboo on showing interest in commercial sex as a human phenomenon has undoubtedly discouraged some. It is also said that ethical standards committees might not accept participant observation in sex venues.

These reasons, however, both derive from moralistic attitudes and lead back to them, since as long as moralism informs research policy, the research that might enlighten it cannot be done.

This is not to say that moral issues should be ignored, only that they should not determine whether research is carried out or not or overly limit research parameters. I am told that much of the proposed research would be dangerous. The researcher proposing to do cultural work in sex venues will, of course, need to be well informed on where he or she is going, choosing research sites care- fully — a standard requirement of ethnographic work. A researcher will also need to avoid being seen as threatening to either authority figures or those who sell sex.

But more important, the places where real danger and real gangsters can be found will probably not be visible to or approach- able by social researchers, and, if they do get as far as the door, they are unlikely to get any further.

Direct question-asking has to be rethought as a Downloaded from sex. Tape-recording and even notebook-jotting will probably be left behind during participant observation. Ethnographers and other cultural researchers will, of course, need to have the ability to look and act plausible and be passably comfort- able in the presence of up-front sex at times.

At the same time, since sex is felt to form a crucial part of western identities, it will be natural for some people to feel uncomfortable with sexual research in general and commercial-sex research in particular. Reflexiv- ity on the part of the researcher will be an essential element of the work, a continual questioning of where moral reactions come from and a humble attempt to leave them aside.

Those without moralistic views may find no argument against doing such research. For them, understanding more about the cultural meanings of sex makes an obviously positive contribution to knowledge. Particularly in terms of the future, comprehending why and when young people begin to buy sex will be essential to any effort to change the culture in which they do, for if anything characterizes the sex industry, it is persist- ence, the ways people find to offer sex for sale and to buy it.

A wide field of study beckons. Notes 1. Today in China, although the sex industry is still illegal, this has not precluded it from forming its own system and operating mechanism. Producing and marketing blue porn materials is its advertising department. Escort services provide its show case and sales department. The medical treatment of STDs is its after-sales department. Besides those immediately concerned, there are many affiliated industries, such as the hotel industry, the entertainments industry and so on.

If the added output value of those affiliated industries deriving from prostitution and escort services is included, the economic scale of the Chinese sex industry may be expanded many times over. Pan, 24 2. The essay argues that the emergence of a flourishing economy of commercial sex in Portland should be understood in relation to cultural images and practices that are circulated in the Downloaded from sex.

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Unpublished report, Madrid, Instituto de la Mujer. Chapkis, Wendy Live Sex Acts. London: Continuum. De Paula Medeiros, Regina Hablan las putas. Barcelona: Virus. New York: Metropolitan Books. London: Pandora Press. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.

Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Aldershot: Ashgate. Jeffreys, Sheila The Idea of Prostitution. Melbourne: Spinifex. Johnson, Merri Lisa ed. London: Routledge. Weitzer ed. Sex for Sale, pp. Elias et al. Lim, Lin Lean ed. Geneva: International Labour Organisation. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Abramson and S. Pinkerton eds Sexual Nature, Sexual Culture, pp. London: Croom Helm. Clayton, Victoria: Monash Asia Institute. Nagle, Jill ed.

Nelson, Nici. Caplan ed. The Cultural Construction of Sexuality, pp. London: Tavistock. Cambridge: Polity Press. Oppermann, Martin ed. Madrid: Instituto de la Mujer. Outshoorn, Joyce ed. Micollier ed. Perry and B. Sassen, Saskia Globalization and its Discontents. New York: The New Press. For several years now, Bingham has been a strong advocate for drawing upon popular newspapers to examine social change in modern Britain.

In his earlier work Gender, Modernity, and the Popular Press in Interwar Britain Oxford, , a study of changing views about femininity and masculinity in post-World War I Britain, he laments historians' reluctance to draw upon the popular tabloid press for insights into the past, and he returns to this theme in Family Newspapers?

Bingham believes that, in investigating popular newspapers' coverage of sex, media and cultural studies scholars frequently lack historical perspective; he expresses disappointment that more cultural historians do not analyze page-three pinups, sex crime reports, and gossip and scandal columns about public figures. In his view, historians too often assume that such features are "entirely predictable, superficial, and socially conservative: a commercially driven diet of cheap titillation, prurience, and hypocritical moralizing that is barely worth detailed scholarly investigation.

Far from providing only trivial pap for a distracted and uncritical working-class readership, they could be refreshingly progressive in their treatment of social issues.

They also did their best to understand the needs and wishes of their subscribers and worked tirelessly to earn their trust and loyalty.

Indeed, as Bingham usefully reminds his readers, popular daily and weekly newspapers did not speak with a single voice on any topic or issue. Their varied content was "produced by different journalists, with different intentions and styles, often with different readers in mind. The scope of Bingham's study is carefully chosen.

Starting in , when the habit of daily newspaper reading first became widespread throughout Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.

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