WEIGHT: 56 kg
Sex services: Moresomes, Sub Games, Domination (giving), Disabled Clients, For family couples
To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Social justice for sex trafficked females and sex workers in Jordan. Norah Dekaidek. Declaration I certify that this thesis does not, to the best of my knowledge and belief: i incorporate without acknowledgement any material previously submitted for a degree or diploma in any institute of higher education; ii contain any material previously published or written by another person except where due reference is made in the text; or iii contain any defamatory material Signed:.
Australia Awards grant scholarships to scholars from different countries including my country, Palestine. I thank them for giving me the opportunity to do postgraduate research dedicated to advancing feminist criminal justice research in the Middle East. I also thank the Jordanian Government and other agencies that work together to combat trafficking of persons, for assisting me in interviewing service providers in Jordan.
I also thank the Minister of Economic and Social Development for allowing me to do the interviews that were essential for my research.
I thank civil society institutes and clinics, including service providers for agreeing to participate in this research. I particularly thank the seven interviewees who gave me information that formed the basis of my thesis. I would like to say many thanks to Ann-Claire Larsen for her trust in my abilities, and for supporting me in how to write better research; as Ann-Claire was continuously assisting me and guiding me through my experience for the last four years by giving me constructive feedback.
I also thank Margaret Giles who has given me brilliant feedback on my chapters; I also thank her for her appeal on my behalf for the School of Arts and Humanities to sponsor the tuition and fees for the second semester I would also like to thank Dr John Hall, the writing consultant of the School of Business and Law, for his valuable feedback on earlier drafts of my qualitative research. I would also like to acknowledge his guidance in doing social science research.