Sex and Danger in Buenos Aires
Prostitution, Family and Nation in Argentina
Guy, Donna JPublisher: University of Nebraska
Resource Type: Book
Donna Guys book is a virtual history of 20th Century Argentina. Told through the the stories of the brothels she explains how prostitution influenced the politics of nationalism, social control and cultural identity. Using examples from the writings on the White slave trade, succesive governments whether socialist or conservative and religious organizations she takes the lessons of those times to the present day.
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