THE GLOBALIZATION OF SEX ECONOMIES THROUGH EXAMPLES FROM THE ROMA COMMUNITY IN SKOPJE

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Ines Crvenkovska Risteska
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1724-0663

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The globalization of sexual service markets in the world contributes to the globalization of the sexual service market in the Roma community in Skopje. This is evident through the examples of five interlocutors from a 9-year research period in Skopje. Today, most sex workers have emigrated to Belgium and France, while those that continue to work in Skopje conduct their work in a European model.

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Crvenkovska Risteska, Ines. 2022. “THE GLOBALIZATION OF SEX ECONOMIES THROUGH EXAMPLES FROM THE ROMA COMMUNITY IN SKOPJE”. EthnoAnthropoZoom/ЕтноАнтропоЗум 22 (December), 59-91. https://doi.org/10.37620/EAZ2222059cr.
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