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Already have an ? Log in. Log in through your institution. This article examines the mutability of symbolic sanctions—or stigmas—applied to sex industry work by examining newspaper narratives in one medium-sized Canadian city over two time periods: — and — The article's purpose is first to get a sense of what the authors call the ecology of stigmas—their relation to the temporal and spatial contexts in which they are produced—and second to give needed historical context to them and the representational tropes that currently dominate media, policy, and academic discussions about prostitution.
This article finds ificant continuities and discontinuities between media representations during the two study periods. Stigmas of the sex industry, rather than being constant, reveal themselves to be both deeply ecological and accommodating to a range of concerns about female sexuality and normative behavior that are sensitive to historical time.
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