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Twenty-six homeless women were interviewed, nine of whom had sex worked. A structured, qualitative questionnaire was used in a case study design from which information was gathered about the relationship between a woman's experience of abuse and coercion and her decision to sex work.
By exploring the motivations given by women as to why they sex worked, it is argued that homeless women's decisions are, in part, a consequence of systemic familial abuse and coercion from abusive partners. Subsequent recommendations are made for social work practice in the context of the Strategy when working with abused and coerced homeless women who choose to sex work. Most users should sign in with their email address.
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Victimization and coercion: introducing misunderstood women. If not a victim, then what? Anti-social or in need of support? Why the research was carried out. Can abused women make a choice about sex working? What to do and how not to do it: social work practice and services.