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Unformatted text preview: This weeks readings were honestly some of the hardest ones to get through yet. This was not because they were difficult to read, but because these readings had very little to do with the subject of prostitution. I understand that we all must have a background on the way our society looked at these different times in history to understand how prostitution has grown and evolved, but these readings seemed to stray slightly from the course of prostitution's history we were on. These articles did help to bring more understanding about the men that probably would have been supplying the prostitutes with loads of business opportunities, but these articles did not particularly touched on these ideas. The boardinghouse life provided a whole new atmosphere for men to live in and this effected prostitution by giving those women (or men) an entire house of prospective customers, as well as,...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course SOC 180C taught by Professor Mattson during the Spring '08 term at Mills College.
- Spring '08