Governing Prostitution in the People's Republic of China [ 2009 - 2011 ]

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Researchers Dr EM Jeffreys

Brief description This project will generate knowledge for 'Understanding Our Region and the World', part of the National Research Priority-Safeguarding Australia. It will do so by producing the first detailed study of the governmental regulation of prostitution in present-day China. Its impact will be increased knowledge of different, local responses to the governance of prostitution businesses and practices. It will position Australian research at the international forefront of this field, thereby enabling Australian researchers to lead and contribute to international policy debate on prostitution, public health issues and related government regulation.

Funding Amount $133,514

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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