Young people abused through prostitution: some observations for practice
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AbstractThis paper discusses the situation of young people sexually exploited through prostitution noting the semantic and practical shifts that have occurred in relation to this issue as it has risen up the political agenda in recent years. It explores what we know about the context in which the commercial sexual exploitation of young people occurs, the scale of the problem and the processes through which young people become involved. The paper then considers what these young people might need in terms of practice responses if they are to be supported out of prostitution.
CitationMelrose, M. (2004) 'Young people abused through prostitution: some observations for practice', Practice: Social Work in Action, 16(1) pp. 17-29.
JournalPractice: Social Work in Action