Barbara G. Brents
Barbara G. Brents
Professor of Sociology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Violence and legalized brothel prostitution in Nevada: Examining safety, risk, and prostitution policy
BG Brents, K Hausbeck
Journal of interpersonal violence 20 (3), 270-295, 2005
Mainstreaming the sex industry: Economic inclusion and social ambivalence
BG Brents, T Sanders
Journal of law and Society 37 (1), 40-60, 2010
The state of sex: Tourism, sex and sin in the new American heartland
B Brents, C Jackson, K Hausbeck
Routledge, 2009
Social protest, hegemonic competition, and social reform: a political struggle interpretation of the origins of the American welfare state
JC Jenkins, BG Brents
American Sociological Review, 891-909, 1989
Marketing sex: US legal brothels and late capitalist consumption
BG Brents, K Hausbeck
Sexualities 10 (4), 425-439, 2007
Sex work matters
MH Ditmore, A Levy, A Willman
Zed books, 2010
State-sanctioned sex: negotiating formal and informal regulatory practices in Nevada brothels
BG Brents, K Hausbeck
Sociological Perspectives 44 (3), 307-332, 2001
Neighborhood connections, physical disorder, and neighborhood satisfaction in Las Vegas
A Dassopoulos, CD Batson, R Futrell, BG Brents
Urban Affairs Review 48 (4), 571-600, 2012
Water scarcity in the desert metropolis: How environmental values, knowledge and concern affect Las Vegas residents’ support for water conservation policy
M Salvaggio, R Futrell, CD Batson, BG Brents
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57 (4), 588-611, 2014
Sociological perspectives on sex work and human trafficking
K Lerum, BG Brents
Sociological perspectives 59 (1), 17-26, 2016
McDonaldization of the sex industries: The business of sex
K Hausbeck, BG Brents
Sage Publications, 2009
Inside Nevada’s brothel industry
K Hausbeck, BG Brents
Sex for sale, 231-232, 2000
Sex Work Now: What the Blurring Boundaries around the Sex Industry Mean for Sex Work, Research and Activism
BG Brents, K Hausbeck
Zed Books, 2010
Crystal A. Jackson
BG Brents
Body/sex/work: intimate, embodied and sexualised labour, 77, 2013
Paying for sex in a digital age: US and UK perspectives
T Sanders, B Brents, C Wakefield
Routledge, 2020
Sex industry and sex workers in Nevada
J Heineman, RT Macfarlane, BG Brents
UNLV: Center for Democratic Culture Publications, 2012
Terrorism in context: Race, religion, party, and violent conflict in Zanzibar
BG Brents, DS Mshigeni
The American Sociologist 35 (2), 60-74, 2004
Protest as terrorism? The potential for violent anti-nuclear activism
R Futrell, BG Brents
American Behavioral Scientist 46 (6), 745-765, 2003
Neoliberalism’s market morality and heteroflexibility: Protectionist and free market discourses in debates for legal prostitution
BG Brents
Sexuality Research and Social Policy 13, 402-416, 2016
Globalizing the streets: Cross-cultural perspectives on youth, social control, and empowerment
F Salek, DC Brotherton
Columbia University Press, 2008
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