WEIGHT: 63 kg
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The author of the study, Tihomir Bezlov is a sociologist, an independent researcher of criminal processes in Bulgaria and the founder and leading specialist in the Democracy Research Center in Sofia, Bulgaria. This document is one of the rare and current research projects that treat sex work as a separate phenomenon, apart from trafficking. The in-depth analysis begins with an assessment of internal market of sexual services and the Balkan context.
According the author, after the collapse of the communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe these countries went through serious political, economic and social changes. The author believes that the wars in the ex-Yugoslavian Republic also played a role in the increase of the number of sex workers on the Balkans. The situation is similar in Germany, where Bulgarian women trafficked for sexual purposes are third on the scale.
At the same time the surveys of the prostitution in Western Europe indicate that a small percentage of sex workers looked for support from the authorities.
The author also describes different types of sex work, its structures and places where women get involved in this business. On street and highway 2. Elite prostitution - models and girls who are students in universities. Resort prostitution and sex-tourism. In the second part of the research, he analyses the export and trafficking of people. He assesses social status, education, family history, regions where are the most of the victims coming from, models of the organization of the trafficking from the criminal structures and the roles of the criminal structures on different levels of trafficking.
Further, he evaluates the relationship between trafficking and sex work abroad. Next, the author attempts to evaluate the number of sex workers. Further, the author describes different types of sex workers: In the third part, the author describes in details the structure of sex business in Bulgaria.