1. Introduction: Moral Authoritarianism and Official and Quasi-Official Discourses of Sex Part I: Deconstructing Official Discourse of Sexual Violence 2. Destructive Sex: Sexual Autonomy, Victimhood and the Problem of Men 3. Threatening Sex: Protection, Communities and Childhood 4. Commercial Sex: Consent, Coercion and Exploitation Part 2: Deconstructing Quasi-Official Discourse of Sexual Infractions 5. Nuisance Sex: Harassment, Collusion and Decency 6. Professional Sex: Ethics, Trust and Moral Guardianship 7. Transgressive and Digital Sex: Margins, Edges and Limitless Victims 8. Conclusion: Victims, Perpetrators and the New Sexual Enterprise
Joanna Phoenix is Deputy Head of the Social Sciences and Health Faculty, Social and Reader in Criminology at the University of Durham. Her current research interests focus on youth justice, in particular the social, political, economic and ideological context. Sarah Oerton is Head of Sociology at the University of Glamorgan. Her areas of research interest include sex and sexuality (including civil partnerships), sociology of the body, professional ethics, and professional boundaries.