‘Yeah, they’ve started to get a bit fucking cocky’….Culture, economic change and shifting power relations within the Scottish lap-dancing industry.

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This article is informed by data taken from wider findings from a Ph.D study in which the author worked as a stripper in a lap-dancing venue in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and, at time of writing, is home to five venues. The data w... View more
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