U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression

D. Roe-Sepowitz, Y. Katsulis

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service
EditorsR. Dalla, J. DeFrain, L. Baker, C. Williamson
PublisherLexington Academic Press
StatePublished - 2011

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Roe-Sepowitz, D., & Katsulis, Y. (2011). U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression. In R. Dalla, J. DeFrain, L. Baker, & C. Williamson (Eds.), The Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service Lexington Academic Press.

U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression. / Roe-Sepowitz, D.; Katsulis, Y.

The Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service. ed. / R. Dalla; J. DeFrain; L. Baker; C. Williamson. Lexington Academic Press, 2011.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Roe-Sepowitz, D & Katsulis, Y 2011, U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression. in R Dalla, J DeFrain, L Baker & C Williamson (eds), The Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service. Lexington Academic Press.
Roe-Sepowitz D, Katsulis Y. U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression. In Dalla R, DeFrain J, Baker L, Williamson C, editors, The Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service. Lexington Academic Press. 2011
Roe-Sepowitz, D. ; Katsulis, Y. / U.S.-Mexico borderland female sex workers: Family responsibilities and risks for depression. The Prostitution of Women, Men, and Children: A Global Perspective. Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service. editor / R. Dalla ; J. DeFrain ; L. Baker ; C. Williamson. Lexington Academic Press, 2011.
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