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Table of Contents PART I: THEORETICAL CHALLENGES Chapter One: "You've Got to Do Something" The project The problem Methodology Structure of the book Chapter Two: The Problem of Analysis Paralysis Gender, race and the "Famous Five" Is the messenger the problem? To deconstruct the world... ... Or to change it? PART II: PRACTICAL CHALLENGES Chapter Three: Philosophical Issues of Prostitution Prostitution is a social ill Prostitution is violence against women Prostitution is work like any other Can these positions be reconciled? A middle way Chapter Four: Explanations for Prostitution in the Philippines Dutiful daughters and virginal wives Globalized capitalism Militarized masculinity Chapter Five: Sex Tourism in Angeles City The bar girls The customers Chapter Six: Making a Difference The project The partners The problem of social change What did we accomplish? PART III: THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTIONS Chapter Seven: No Conclusions, just "Continued Somethings" Change happens incrementally Outsiders can contribute We can work together globally Privilege should not preclude action All humans are human Appendix Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Social work with prostitutes -- Philippines -- Angeles.
Women in community development -- Philippines -- Angeles.
Prostitution -- Philippines -- Angeles.
Feminism -- Philippines -- Angeles.