|Autor||Howell, Philip (University of Cambridge)|
|Verlag||Cambridge University Press|
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|Reihe||Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography|
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Geographies of Regulation Buchkatalog
This study of British authorities' attempts to regulate prostitution both at home and abroad challenges our understanding of colonial regulation. Considering the similarities and differences between colonial and metropolitan practices, Philip Howell argues that the British administration of commercial sexuality was deeper and more extensive than is conventionally portrayed.