Out of 05 points why were sex workers in tijuana

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Question 38 0.5 out of 0.5 points Why were sex workers in Tijuana reluctant to go to the police when they experienced physical or economic violence at the hands of customers, according to “Female Sex Workers and the Social Context of Workplace Violence in Tijuana, Mexico”? Selected Answer: They were afraid to be sent to jail or fined for working or residing in the country illegally Answers: Local businesses’ relationships with the police were poor, and sex workers did not want to lose customers They were afraid to be sent to jail or fined for working or residing in the country illegally Secondhand reports of violence against sex workers at the hands of the police were uncommon Sex workers did not want to impact their U.S. tourist customer base
Question 39 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following canNOT be characterized as a “normative and regulatory discourse of adolescent female sexuality” ?
Question 40 0.5 out of 0.5 points Structural violence means:
needed to survive and flourish. the workings of a police state. violence perpetrated by soldiers. discrimination against women who have sexually transmitted illnesses. access to resources needed to gain sexual power. Question 41 0.5 out of 0.5 points Many girls undergo changes in physical appearance in order to create the perfect look for prom. As Nichole Zlatunich’s 2009 article “Prom Dreams and Prom Reality” notes, the physical changes many girls undergo in order to create the perfect look for prom are known as “body work.” According to feminist research, girls undergo these physical changes and beauty rituals in order to
Question 42 0.5 out of 0.5 points Which of the following are methods that women used to manage the stigma of having an STD, in Nack’s study? Selected Answer: All of the above Answers: Transferring the stigma, by assigning blame to others Not accepting the stigma, by covering up, “passing,” or deceiving others about their sexual health Accepting the stigma, for preventative or therapeutic reasons All of the above

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