4 edition of Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns found in the catalog.
Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns
May 16, 2003
Written in English
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Stead set out to buy a child for sex. With the help of Josephine Butler and Bramwell Booth of the Salvation Army, Stead was introduced to the part of town where prostitution, pimping, and pandering occurred. He purchased a thirteen-year old named Eliza Armstrong for a total of A?5, and wrote about it the next day in the Pall Mall Gazette. Josephine Butler was a conventional middle class Victorian wife and mother who risked her reputation and, at times, her life to fight for justice for some of the most abused and despised members of 19th century society. She exposed the sale of children into prostitution with the tenacity of an investigative journalist/5.
She helped to achieve the raising of the age of consent from 13 to 16 and was prominent in the campaign for equal education for women. ** plus a FREE copy of ' Beating the Traffic, Josephine Butler and the Anglian Social Action on Prostitution Today' edited by Alison Milbank pp, card covers [vg] ** Non UK customers will be requested. Ingrid Sharp and Jane Jordan (eds.) Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns () is a five-volume anthology of letters, documents and books relating to Josephine Butler’s campaigns, arranged thematically. It includes a full Bibliography of .
Butler drafted a "Declaration of Policy" against the Contagious Diseases Acts with eight points (), and repeated these arguments in two longer statements, one a book, An Appeal to the People of England on the Recognition and Superintendence of . One of the recurring figures is Josephine Butler – pioneering feminist, campaigner and reformer. Walkowitz first finds her in ’s Oxford, disgusted at the uncritical misogyny she was surrounded with, bringing “fallen women” in the town into her home – particularly those who had been misused by a callous male population.
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Book Description. This five volume set deals in detail with Josephine Butler's campaign for the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Acts in Britain and the Colonies.
At present, access to Butler's work is restricted as a number of relevant anthologies are out of print. Josephine Butler was a conventional middle class Victorian wife and mother who risked her reputation and, at times, her life to fight for justice for some of the most abused and despised members of 19th century society.
She exposed the sale of children into prostitution with the tenacity of an investigative journalist/5(8). Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns- Diseases of the Body Politic, Vol. 2: The Ladies Appeal and Protest by Jane Jordan and Ingrid Sharp | Hardcover.
Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: The moral reclaimability of prostitutes History of feminism Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns Volume 1 of Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic, Ingrid Sharp, ISBNAuthor: Josephine Elizabeth Grey Butler: Editors.
She is uncompromising in her analysis, determined to 'set a floodlight on your doings' as she told a stunned royal commission in Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns demonstrates the great importance of this fascinating campaigner's work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Supplemental links Publisher description. International prostitution and trafficking A related topic to prostitution is human trafficking, historically known as the ‘white slave trade’.
International Abolitionist Federation was founded in by Josephine Butler to campaign for the legal and constitutional rights of prostitute women, to abolish traffic in persons and to eliminate.
Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic. Edited by Jane Jordan; Ingrid Sharp Josephine Butler wrote telling her Quaker friend in (item 2).
On 31 December, the paper also published the manifesto of the newly formed Ladies’ National Association, ‘The Ladies’ Appeal and Protest’, signed by Josephine Butler’s first publication on the issue, The Revival and Extension of the Abolitionist Cause (item 1), documents the situation in all the Colonies, but it soon became clear that the central focus was on India.
For Butler, the Indian campaign was a ‘second chapter of our great Abolitionist cause’ (p. 1), an opportunity to. Get this from a library. Josephine Butler and the prostitution campaigns: diseases of the body politic.
[Jane Jordan; Ingrid Sharp;] -- Contains: Volume I: The moral reclaimability of prostitutes / ed. by Ingrid Sharp; Volume II: The ladies' appeal and protest / ed. by Jane Jordan; Volume III: The constitution violated: The.
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Josephine Butler was ahead of her time in her campaign against the sexual exploitation of women. So why has she been forgotten. A new exhibition is about to restore her place in the pantheon of.
Josephine Butler: 19th century campaigner against human trafficking InJosephine Butler, a clergyman’s wife then living in Liverpool, agreed to spearhead a campaign against state inspection of women suspected of being prostitutes for venereal diseases. BUTLER, Josephine Elizabeth ( – ) Josephine Butler was born on 13th April in Millfield, Northumberland, the seventh of nine surviving children of John Grey and his wife Hannah Annett.
John Grey was an agricultural reformer, a leading Liberal in the English border country next to Scotland. He was a relative and confidante of. Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic by Butler, Josephine Elizabeth Grey (Editor)/ Jordan, Jane (Editor)/ Sharp, Ingrid (Editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Hardcover.
This five volume set deals in detail with Josephine Butler's campaign for the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Acts in Britain and the Colonies. At present, access to Butler's work is restricted as a number of relevant anthologies are out of print.
The bulk of these can only be read in specialist libraries and the original copies are becoming increasingly fragile after a century. Josephine Butler was born in to a father who treated all his children equally and a mother who gave her a strong Christian faith.
Hers was an affluent family with strong connections to prominent figures such as the reformist Prime Minister Lord Grey, her father’s cousin, and Lord Wilberforce, with whom her grandfather worked on the. Josephine Butler (–) was an English feminist and social reformer in the Victorian was especially concerned with the welfare of prostitutes although she campaigned on a broad range of women's her daughter Eva fell 40 feet (12 m) from the top-floor bannister onto the stone floor of the hallway in her home; she died three hours later.
Josephine Butler - Religious Studies bibliographies - in Harvard style Josephine Butler and the prostitution campaigns Your Bibliography: Butler, J., Jordan, J. and Sharp, I., Josephine Butler And The Prostitution Campaigns.
London: RoutledgeCurzon. Book. Fleming, M. Thinking about God and morality - Heinemann Educational. Dr Jane Jordan wrote the critically acclaimed biography, Josephine Butler (John Murray, ; Continuum, ) and co-edited the five-volume anthology of Butler’s writings, Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns (Routledge, ) with Ingrid Sharp.
Jane is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Kingston University where she. Buy Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic by Ingrid Sharp (Introduction by), Jane Jordan (Introduction by) online at Alibris.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jane Jordan, Ingrid Sharp.Josephine Butler's campaigns against the state regulation of prostitution have been studied almost exclusively in the anglophone and imperial context. Research on the International Abolitionist Federation, which she founded in and supported until her death inplaces these campaigns in a new perspective, demonstrating the importance.Josephine Butler - Religious Studies bibliographies - in Harvard style Josephine Butler and the prostitution campaigns Your Bibliography: Butler, J., Jordan, J.
and Sharp, I. (). Josephine Butler and the prostitution campaigns. London: RoutledgeCurzon. Book. Fleming, M. Thinking about God and morality - Heinemann Educational.