A provocative study, recently released by Arizona State University, finds that nearly 80 percent of posted on the adult-services section of Back. The collaborative research project led by ASU and the Phoenix Police Department analyzed nearly 2, adult entertainment posted on Back.
Download Full Image A comparative analysis was conducted to determine how online in Phoenix differ from those placed in other major U. Philadelphia was selected as the comparison city as it is similar in size to Phoenix, but has ificant racial, economic and regional differences. According to its authors, Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, an associate professor with the School of Social Work, and James Gallagher, a lieutenant with the Phoenix Police Department Vice Enforcement Unit, the study was conducted to explore the adult entertainment section of Back.
These solicitations fell into two distinct : Johns soliciting sexual services via offers of money in exchange for time or a particular sexual act; and pimps or escort agencies soliciting existing Back.
With support from key community partners, the website seeks to connect victims with options and access to safe housing, food, clothing, medical services, crisis mental health counseling, detox and drug treatment services. ARISEPhoenix extends the reach of Project ROSE Reaching Out to the Sexually Exploitedfirst initiated in September as a two-day, undercover operation deed to get prostitutes off the streets and connected with social services through a diversion program rather than with the criminal justice system.
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Arguing in favor of the thesis are Dean Martin and William Boyes. Kenworthy is a professor of sociology and political science at the University of Arizona who has written extensively on the causes and consequences of issues including living standards, poverty, mobility, employment, social policy, taxes and politics. The Oct. Trending on ASU News.