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The year is She has analysed the media coverage of prostitution from the s to the present day in order to explain why Norway has criminalised the purchase of sexual services.
She characterises the s as the decade of human trafficking. It was also the decade when Norway enacted the Sex Purchase Act. The analysis of the media coverage indicates that the s were also the decade of migration fears.
Foreign prostitution in itself was not a new phenomenon in Norway. In the s prostitutes came from Thailand, and in the s they came from Russia. But migration did not dominate the debate before the Nigerians openly sold sex on the capital's main street. Prostitution was presented as a phenomenon that got worse and worse, and solutions had to be found. Society had pledged to rescue the victims of human trafficking. The highly visible Nigerian prostitutes, however, were a problem that society wanted to get rid of.
There are few documents from the public sector on this issue, but a great deal of public debate, especially in the newspapers.
They carried out seven reports on prostitution before they criminalised the purchase of sex in In newspaper articles from the s and s prostitution is depicted as an obvious and understandable social phenomenon, with young women deceiving men.