Exposing Police Corruption and Malfeasance: China's Virgin Prostitute Cases
- Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
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- Police Corruption: Essential Readings, 2014
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The chapter examines prostitution related police corruption and malfeasance in the People's Republic of China during the early 2002s as seen in the media coverage story of Ma Dandan and six other virgin prostitute cases. Apart from using the legal and judicial system to protect their rights and reputations, the media's role as citizen redress in present-day China is highlighted.
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