Table of contents for Body/sex/work : intimate, embodied and sexualised labour / edited by Carol Wolkowitz ... [et al.].
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PART ONE: THEORISING BODY/SEX WORK
Introduction: The Body/Sex/Work Nexus; Rachel Lara Cohen, Kate Hardy, Teela Sanders, Carol Wolkowitz
Touching Moments: An Analysis of the Skillful Search for Dignity within Body Work Interactions; Marek Korczynski
Work Equal to Any Other, but Not the Same as Any Other: The Politics of Sexual Labour, the Body and Intercorporeality; Kate Hardy
PART TWO: THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND LEGAL CONTEXT OF BODY/SEX WORK
Legal Constructions of Body Work; Ann Stewart
Gender, Emotional Labour and Interactive Body Work: Negotiating Flesh and Fantasy in Sex Workers' Labour Practices; Barb Brents, Crystal Jackson
The Frontline Costs of the Southern Cross' Decline; Joe Greener
Hairdressing/undressing: Comparing Labour Relations in Self-employed Body Work; Teela Sanders, Rachel Lara Cohen and Kate Hardy
PART THREE: SEXUALISING BODIES IN THE LABOUR PROCESS
Altered Bodies, Engineered Careers: A Comparison of Body Technologies in Corporate and Do-It-Yourself Pornographic Productions; Lori Fazzino
From Erotic Capital to Erotic Knowledge: Body, Sexuality and Gender as Symbolic Skills in Phone Sex Work; Giulia Selmi
'What Does a Manicure Have to Do With Sex?': Racialised Sexualisation of Body Labor in Routine Beauty Services; Miliann Kang
Touch in Holistic Massage: Ambiguities and Boundaries; Carrie Purcell
PART FOUR: DISCIPLINING AND RESISTANT BODIES
Racing Bodies; Janet Miller
Body work and Ageing: The Biomedicalization of Nutrition Practices; Giulia Rodeschini
Getting the Bodies of the Workers to the Bodies of the Clients: the Role of the Rota in Domiciliary Care; Gemma Wibberley
Saliva, Semen and Sanity: Flat-working Women in Hong Kong and Bodily Management Strategies; Olive Cheung
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women -- Employment.