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Odnos socialnih delavk do prostitucije v Sloveniji : diplomsko delo
ID Vujičić, Ana (Author), ID Videmšek, Petra (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Diplomsko delo obravnava tematiko prostitucije v Sloveniji, ki je označena kot odklonski družbeni pojav, pogosto spregledan in neraziskan. Prostitutke so marginalizirane, stigmatizirane in obsojane s strani družbe. V Sloveniji je prostitucija dekriminalizirana, kar pomeni, da ženska lahko prostovoljno ponuja seksualne usluge. Prepovedano pa je zvodništvo, ulična prostitucija in trgovina z ljudmi. Prostitucija je v slovenski družbi razumljena kot oblika prisilnega dela ali kot delo, ki ga ženska lahko opravlja prostovoljno. Kadar govorimo o prisilni prostituciji, so ženske žrtve fizičnega in psihičnega nasilja oziroma žrtve trgovine z ljudmi. Spolno izkoriščanje je ena izmed najbolj pogostih oblik trgovine z ljudmi. Diplomsko delo začnemo s teoretsko opredelitvijo prostitucije, pri čemer se bomo osredotočili na žensko heteroseksualno prostitucijo kot najbolj zastopano obliko prostitucije v Sloveniji. Definirali bomo prostitucijo in njene različne modele pojasnjevanja. Nadalje bodo predstavljene vrste prostitucije v Sloveniji, različni pogledi nanjo in opisane zakonske oblike urejanja prostitucije. Raziskava se osredotoča na odnos socialnih delavk, ki so zaposlene na centrih za socialno delo v Sloveniji, do prostitucije. Zanimalo nas je mnenje strokovnjakinj, ki so pri svojem delu obravnavale primere žensk, ki so bile v prostituciji prostovoljno oziroma prisilno. Namen empirične analize je raziskati vlogo centrov za socialno delo pri delu z ženskami, ki so v prostituciji. Z raziskavo želimo izvedeti, kako o prostituciji razmišljajo socialne delavke, pri čemer nas zanima predvsem, ali je prostitucija lahko svobodna izbira posameznice. Čeprav je prostitucija v Sloveniji dekriminalizirana, še vedno ostaja izrazito stigmatizirana. Zaradi javnega mnenja, da je prostitutka v nasprotju z žensko podobo, te še bolj prikrivajo svoje delo. Pomembno je, da o temi prostitucije in trgovine z ljudmi spregovorimo, ker je del naše družbe in stvarnosti.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:prostitucija, trgovina z ljudmi, spolno izkoriščanje, nasilje, odnos socialnih delavk
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FSD - Faculty of Social Work
Year:2021
Publisher:[A. Vujičić]
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (63 str.))
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:176.5:36
COBISS.SI-ID:85231107 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:19.08.2021
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The attitude of social workers towards prostitution in Slovenia
Abstract:
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of prostitution in Slovenia, which is marked as a devious social phenomenon, often overlooked and unexpressed. Prostitutes are marginalized, stigmatized, and condemned by society. Prostitution is decriminalized in Slovenia, meaning that a woman can voluntarily offer sexual services. Pimping, street prostitution and human trafficking are prohibited. In Slovenian society, prostitution is marked as a form of forced labor, or as work performed by a woman voluntarily (Pajnik, 2008, p. 13). When it comes to forced prostitution, women are victims of physical and psychological violence, or victims of human trafficking. Sexual exploitation is one of the most common forms of human trafficking. I begin my thesis with a theoretical presentation of prostitution, focusing on female heterosexual prostitution, as the most prevalent form of prostitution in Slovenia. I will present some definitions of prostitution and its various models of explanation. I will continue by presenting the forms of prostitution in Slovenia, the different views on prostitution and the legal forms of regulating prostitution. The research focuses on the attitudes of female social workers to prostitution working in social work centers in Slovenia. I was interested in the opinion of experts who have encountered voluntary and forced prostitution in their work. The purpose of the empirical analyses is to focus on the role of social work centers in identifying and taking action in prostitution. Throughout my research, I want to find out how social workers think about prostitution. I am particularly interested in whether prostitution can be a free choice for the individual. Although prostitution is decriminalized in Slovenia, it is also highly stigmatized. The public perception that being a prostitute is contrary to the female image makes it even more difficult for them to conceal their work. It is important that we speak out on the subject of prostitution and human trafficking, since it is part of our society and reality.

Keywords:prostitution, human trafficking, sexual exploitation, violence, attitude of social workers

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