Published on in Vol 19, No 4 (2017): April

A Content Analysis of Health and Safety Communications Among Internet-Based Sex Work Advertisements: Important Information for Public Health

A Content Analysis of Health and Safety Communications Among Internet-Based Sex Work Advertisements: Important Information for Public Health

A Content Analysis of Health and Safety Communications Among Internet-Based Sex Work Advertisements: Important Information for Public Health

Journals

  1. Bungay V, Guta A. Strategies and Challenges in Preventing Violence Against Canadian Indoor Sex Workers. American Journal of Public Health 2018;108(3):393 View
  2. Mete R, Curlewis J, Shield A, Murray K, Bacon R, Kellett J. Reframing healthy food choices: a content analysis of Australian healthy eating blogs. BMC Public Health 2019;19(1) View
  3. Passos T, Almeida-Santos M. Trabalho sexual em período de pandemia por COVID-19 no contexto íbero-americano: análise de anúncios em websites. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva 2020;25(11):4237 View
  4. Jiao S, Bungay V, Jenkins E. Information and Communication Technologies in Commercial Sex Work: A Double-Edged Sword for Occupational Health and Safety. Social Sciences 2021;10(1):23 View
  5. Bernier T, Shah A, Ross L, Logie C, Seto E. The Use of Information and Communication Technologies by Sex Workers to Manage Occupational Health and Safety: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e26085 View
  6. Bungay V, Guta A, Varcoe C, Slemon A, Manning E, Comber S, Perri M. Gaps in health research related to sex work: an analysis of Canadian health research funding. Critical Public Health 2023;33(1):72 View
  7. Machat S, Lyons T, Braschel M, Shannon K, Goldenberg S. Internet solicitation linked to enhanced occupational health and safety outcomes among sex workers in Metro Vancouver, Canada 2010–2019. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2022;79(6):373 View
  8. Kennedy L, Sharifi H. The silent majority: The typical Canadian sex worker may not be who we think. PLOS ONE 2022;17(11):e0277550 View
  9. Snow N, Radatz D, Rhodes T. The Marketing of Female Escorts: A Gendered Perspective of Online Companionship Advertisements. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 2022;66(10-11):1134 View
  10. Siegel K, Cabán M, Brown-Bradley C, Schrimshaw E. “I Want to Be Really Clear”: What Male Sex Workers Want to Clarify With Prospective Clients Before Agreeing to Meet for Sex. AIDS Education and Prevention 2023;35(6):452 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Day M, Skulsuthavong M. Social Transformations in India, Myanmar, and Thailand: Volume II. View