SHANTUSI: Surveying HIV and Need in the Unregulated Sex Industry

Rowe, J 2011, SHANTUSI: Surveying HIV and Need in the Unregulated Sex Industry, Inner South Community Health Services, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report SHANTUSI: Surveying HIV and Need in the Unregulated Sex Industry
Author(s) Rowe, J
Year of publication 2011
Publisher Inner South Community Health Services
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Urban Sociology and Community Studies
Policy and Administration not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary The SHANTUSI project was an extensive action-research project that engaged with individuals in the unregulated sex industry to ascertain some understanding of levels of HIV as well as the broader notion of 'need' on the part of those involved. Field research was conducted over the course of 12 months and 145 individuals gave of their time and experiences to contribute to our understandings of the street-based sex market, migrant workers in the illicit sex market and individuals who negotiate the sale of sexual services via the internet.
Commissioning body Department of Human Services
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