Table of contents for Reluctant bedfellows : feminism, activism and prostitution in the Philippines / Meredith Ralston and Edna Keeble.

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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.