Sociology Lens is the latest platform to showcase some of the BtG findings. Teela and Rosie have written a blog post for Sociology Lens that looks at the wider sociological perspectives and impact, of safety and rights for online sex workers. With excerpts from their main article in The British Journal of Sociology (Risking safety and rights: online sex work, crimes and ‘blended safety repertoires’ , this quick yet informed look through the lens is another great opportunity for BtG’s findings to reach a wider audience.
Sociology Lens is read by a diverse readership of researchers, academics, students, interested community members and policy makers. Please use this link to share the blog post (and do take a read!) and below you will find the full article originally published in The British Journal of Sociology.
The full list of authors are (and must be cited when referencing the article) as follows:
Campbell, R. , Sanders, T. , Scoular, J. , Pitcher, J. and Cunningham, S. (2018), Risking safety and rights: online sex work, crimes and ‘blended safety repertoires’. The British Journal of Sociology. doi: 10.1111/1468-4446.12493
Until next time! The BtG Team.