By R. Andrijasevic
Supplying a brand new standpoint on migration and intercourse paintings in Europe, this ebook relies on interviews with migrant girls within the intercourse sector. It brings jointly problems with migration, labour and political subjectivity with a view to refocus scholarly and coverage time table clear of intercourse slavery and arranged crime, in the direction of employer and citizenship.
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In the debate surrounding ‘trafficking’ for the sex industry, a debate that has seen the direct involvement of large numbers of feminists, the discussion has evolved around the question whether women did or did not know that they will be working in prostitution. , 2000). com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsoe - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-05 The Cross-Border Migration 35 Migration, Agency and Citizenship in Sex Trafficking in the web of moral arguments surrounding prostitution. Unaccounted for remain the terms of agreement reached (or not) between the parties concerning specific living and working arrangements.
I thought that after a year I’ll have quite some money. Then I could return home, finish my studies and make something better out of my life. But the whole thing turned out more complicated than I thought. Knowing little about the specificities of the setting of her new job, Kateryna agreed to a one-year contract and a 50-50 pay share. The vagueness concerning the terms of work is typical also of the accounts of those respondents who said that they knew everything in advance about sex work. Oksana, who was about to return to Italy for the second time, described to her friend Ioanna her previous experience of street prostitution and asked her if she would consider coming along next time.
In order to reduce as much as possible the confusion of roles, I decided not to conduct in-depth interviews with women with whom I did intake talks. e. their points of reference) and the vocabulary they used. For example, the women rarely, if ever, used the word ‘prostitute’. Instead, they would refer to prostitution as ‘the street’, ‘work’ or just ‘hmm’. Learning the vocabulary women used meant devoting space to participant-observation. This entailed visiting women at the places they lived; participating in women’s daily activities such as shopping, cooking, informal chats; assisting them in looking for a job and handling matters with foreign police; helping out with Italian language, in particular when something needed to be put in written form; babysitting when necessary; hanging out in bars from time to time and, finally, being a source of information with regard to immigration procedures concerning travelling and working in EU countries other than Italy.
Migration, Agency and Citizenship in Sex Trafficking (Migration, Minorities and Citizenship) by R. Andrijasevic