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Beyond hate: Policing sex work, protection and hate crime

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Beyond hate : Policing sex work, protection and hate crime. / Campbell, Rosemary.

Policing the Sex Industry: Protection, Paternalism and Politics. ed. / Teela Sanders; Mary Laing. Vol. 1 Abingdon : Routledge, 2018. p. 53-72 (Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex for Sale).

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Harvard

Campbell, R 2018, Beyond hate: Policing sex work, protection and hate crime. in T Sanders & M Laing (eds), Policing the Sex Industry: Protection, Paternalism and Politics. vol. 1, Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex for Sale, Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 53-72.

APA

Campbell, R. (2018). Beyond hate: Policing sex work, protection and hate crime. In T. Sanders, & M. Laing (Eds.), Policing the Sex Industry: Protection, Paternalism and Politics (Vol. 1, pp. 53-72). (Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex for Sale). Routledge.

Vancouver

Campbell R. Beyond hate: Policing sex work, protection and hate crime. In Sanders T, Laing M, editors, Policing the Sex Industry: Protection, Paternalism and Politics. Vol. 1. Abingdon: Routledge. 2018. p. 53-72. (Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex for Sale).

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Campbell, Rosemary. / Beyond hate : Policing sex work, protection and hate crime. Policing the Sex Industry: Protection, Paternalism and Politics. editor / Teela Sanders ; Mary Laing. Vol. 1 Abingdon : Routledge, 2018. pp. 53-72 (Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex for Sale).

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