Publications

Forthcoming Articles

Meredith Jones, Ruth Holliday, David Bell, Olive Cheung, Emily Hunter, Elspeth Probyn, J, Sanchez Taylor, (2014) ‘Facebook and Facelifts’ with. In Garth Lean, Russell Staiff and Emma Waterton (Eds) Travel and Transformation, Aldershot: Ashgate. (forthcoming)

Sanchez Taylor, J (2013) ‘Female Sex Tourism’, Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality.

Journal Articles

Ruth Holliday, Kate Hardy, David Bell, Meredith Jones, Elspeth Probyn (2013) ‘Beauty and the Beach’ with, in David Botterill, Guido Pennings and Tomas Mainil (Eds) Medical Tourism and Transnational Health Care, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

David Bell, Ruth Holliday, Meredith Jones, Elspeth Probyn and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor (2013)  ‘Beautiful Face, Beautiful Place: Relational Geographies and Gender in Cosmetic Surgery with Tourism Websites. In Gender, Place and Culture.

Sanchez Taylor, J (2012) ‘The Power of Breasts: Gender, Class and Cosmetic Surgery’, Women’s Studies International Forum. Vol. 35. No.6:458-466

Sanchez Taylor, J (2012) ‘Buying and Selling Breasts: Cosmetic surgery, Risk and Beauty Treatments.’ Sociological Review. Vol. 60. No.4:635-653

David Bell, Ruth Holliday, Meredith Jones, Elspeth Probyn and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor (2012) ‘Beautiful Face, Beautiful Place: Relational Geographies and Gender in Cosmetic Surgery with, Tourism Websites. In Gender, Place and Culture.

David Bell, Ruth Holliday, Meredith Jones, Elspeth Probyn and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor (2011) ‘Bikinis and Bandages: An Itinerary for Cosmetic Surgery Tourism’, with Tourism Studies. Vol.11 No. 2, 137 - 153.

Sanchez Taylor, J (2010)    Sex Tourism: Crime, romance or exploitation? In Sociology Review, Vol 19, No.4, 17-20

Sanchez Taylor, J (2006) ‘Female Sex Tourism:  A Contradiction in Terms’, in Feminist Review, Vol. 83, No 1, 42-59

R. Holliday and Sanchez Taylor, J (2006) ‘Aesthetic Surgery as False Beauty’ in Feminist Theory, Vol. 7, No. 2. 179-196

Sanchez Taylor, J (2006) ‘Racismo y la explotación sexual de menores en el turismo en el Caribe y América Latina’, in Revista SER Social, SER Social UnB (Brazil), Vol.18, 189-208.

Sanchez Taylor, J (2000) ‘Dollars are a Girls' Best Friend? Female Tourists' Sexual Behaviour in the Caribbean’, Sociology, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp.749-764. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Chapters in Edited Books

J. Sanchez Taylor (2010) Sex Tourism and Social Inequalities in Stroma Cole and Nigel Morgan (eds.) Tourism and Social Justice, Oxford. CABI.

J. O'Connell Davidson and Sanchez Taylor (2010) ‘Unknowable Secrets and Golden Silence: Reflexivity and Research on Sex Tourism’ in Secrecy and Silence in the Research Process: Feminist Reflections R. Ryan-Flood and R. Gill (Eds), London: Routledge. pp42-53

J. O'Connell Davidson and Sanchez Taylor (2005), ‘Travel and Taboo: Heterosexual Sex Tourism to the Caribbean’, in L. Schaffner and E. Bernstein (Eds.), Regulating Sex: The Politics of Intimacy and Identity, London: Routledge.

Sanchez Taylor (2000) Tourism and 'Embodied' Commodities: Sex Tourism in the Caribbean', in S.Clift and S. Carter (Eds.) Tourism and Sex: Culture, Commerce and Coercion. London: Pinter.

J. O'Connell Davidson and Sanchez Taylor (1999) ‘Tales of Two Worlds: Globalisation and Sexual Exploitation’, in P. Edwards and T. Elger (Eds.), The Global Economy, National States the Regulation of Labour, London: Mansell.

J. O'Connell Davidson and Sanchez Taylor (1999) 'Fantasy Islands: Exploring the Demand for Sex Tourism', in K. Kempadoo (Ed.) Sun, Sex and Gold: Tourism and Sex Work in the Caribbean, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

J. O'Connell Davidson and Sanchez Taylor, (1996)'Child Prostitution: Beyond the Stereotypes' in J. Pilcher and S. Wagg (Eds) Thatcher's Children? Politics, Childhood and Society in the 1980s and 90s, London: Falmer Press.

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