Risking safety and rights: online sex work, crimes and 'blended safety repertoires'.

@article{Campbell2018RiskingSA,
  title={Risking safety and rights: online sex work, crimes and 'blended safety repertoires'.},
  author={Rosie Campbell and Teela Sanders and Jane Scoular and Jane Pitcher and Stewart Cunningham},
  journal={The British journal of sociology},
  year={2018}
}
It has been well established that those working in the sex industry are at various risks of violence and crime depending on where they sell sex and the environments in which they work. What sociological research has failed to address is how crime and safety have been affected by the dynamic changing nature of sex work given the dominance of the internet and digital technologies, including the development of new markets such as webcamming. This paper reports the most comprehensive findings on… 
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