Living under the shadow of stigma : The everyday lives of sex workers

Michelle Bass

The result presented and discussed are part of a longitudinal study on impact of stigma and access to health care services for sex workers, hair stylists & food & beverage servers with a qualitative study to gain in-depth insights into stigma and impact on socio-emotional well-being of sex workers.

Conflict of Interest:  None Disclosed
Financial Support:  None Disclosed
Recorded at the World Association of Sexual Health XIXth Congress; Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge, Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25, 2009

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Michelle Bass

CHIR doctoral candidate at the University of Victoria, supervised by Dr Cecilia Benoit in the department of Sociology. Michelle Bass holds a Canadian Institute of Health Research Doctoral Scholarship Award. She also holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and has a part-time private practice in Victoria". 

 

 

 

Co-authors: Cecilia Benoit (1), Mikael Jansson (1), Bill McCarthy (2); 1- University of Victoria. 2- University of Davis.
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