Sara Kallock

Theoretically this thesis will apply Judith Butler’s concept of ‘liveability’ to the area of sex work policy, asking whether or not this frame is enacted within  current policy initiatives. To do this, my empirical research will explore the ‘frames’  enacted at the coalface of sex work policy. I plan to interview organizations working across the multi-agency forum in the North West, especially those who are administering health, well-being, and other practical services to the sex work community, in order to explore the dynamics of these complex framing processes.

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