Sunday, 13 January 2013

SWINGING AND RELATED SUBJECTS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (M-Ο)



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MACKLIN, E. D. (1980). “Nontraditional Family Forms: A Decade of Research. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 42, 905-922

MAGAR, M. Edward (1972), Adultery and Its Compatibility with Marriage, Nefertiti Publishers

MAHRER, Adrien. (1998). “90s Swingers Give Monogamy the Kissoff; Trends: The 70's Swapping Fad Has Grown Organized and Commercial. Sex Is a Hobby for These Partners in Promiscuity,” The Los Angeles Time. Feb. 12

MARGOLIS, Herbert F. and Paul M. RUBENSTEIN (1971), The Groupsex Tapes, Paperback Library

MARGOLIS, Jack S., The Ins and Outs of Orgies, (1973), Cliff House Books

MARINI, M. M. (1990). “Sex and Gender: What Do We Know?” Sociological Forum, 5, 95-120


MARKS, Steve and Cathy MARKS (1994), Swing: Dawn of a New Era, Florida: M.S.W. Publishing Company


MARKS, Steve and Cathy MARKS (1995),
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MARKS, Steve and Cathy MARKS (1995), Today's Swingers, Florida: M.S.W. Publishing


MASON, L. (1974). Cheating Wives, Los Angeles: Echelon Book Publisher

MASON, Steve (1993). “Playcouples: Reviving Romance in the Nineties,” Anaheim: The Lifestyles Organization

MASTERS, W. A., & JOHNSON,  V. E. (1966). Human Sexual Response. Boston: Little Brown


MATSAKIS, Aphrodite. (1998) Trust After Trauma: A Guide to Relationships for Survivors and Those Who Love Them. New Harbinger Publications, Oakland, CA


MAYKOVICH, M. K. (1976). “Attitudes Versus Behavior in Extramarital Sexual Relations,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 38, 693-699


MAZUR, R. (1973). The New Intimacy: Open-ended Marriage and Alternative Lifestyles. Boston: Beacon


McADAM, D., & R. PAULSEN, (1993). “Specifying the Relationship Between Social Ties and Activism,” American Journal of Sociology, 99, 640-647


McANULTY, R. & J.M. BRINEMAN (2007). “Infidelity in Dating Relationships,” Annual Review of Sex Research, 17, 94-114


McCORMICK, N. B., C.J. JESSER. (1983). “The Courtship Game: Power in the Sexual Encounter ,” in E. R. Allgeier, & N. B. McCormick (Eds.). Changing Boundaries: Gender Roles and Sexual Behavior. NY: Mayfield


McGINLEY, Robert. (1995). History of Swinging. in Directory of Swing Clubs, Events, and Publications, CA: NASCA International


McGINLEY, Robert. L. (1979). “Development and Structure in the United States with Reference and Challenge to Published Reports,” Ph.Diss., Newport International University


MERKLE, E. R., & R.A.  RICHARDSON, (2000). “Digital Dating and Virtual Relating: Conceptualizing Computer Mediated Romantic Relationships,” Family Relations, 49, 187-192


MILLER, Alice. (1990) For Your Own Good: Hidden Cruelty in Child-Rearing and the Roots of Violence. New York: USA; Farrar, Straus & Giroux, LLC


MILLER, Paul. (1994) “Variations in Swinging” [Online] Available: 
http://222.tfexp.com/articles/miller1.htm [June, 1997]

MINELL, Tia (2001), The Ultimate Swinger's Guide, Premiere Press

MONEY, J. (1986). Love Maps: Clinical Concepts of Sexual / Erotic Health and Pathology, Paraphilia, and Gender Transposition in Childhood, Adolescence, and Maturity, New York: Irvington Publishers

MURSTEIN, B.I. (1978) “Swinging or Comarital Sex,” Exploring Intimate Lifestyles, p. 109-130, New York; Springer

MURSTEIN, B.I., D.CASE & S.P. GUNN. (1985). “Personality Correlates of Ex-swingers,” Lifestyles: Journal of Changing Patterns, 8, 21-34

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NASCA International (1990). Etiquette in Swinging, Anaheim: NASCA International (LSO Ltd.)

NASCA International.(2000) International Directory: Swinging Clubs, Publications & Events, Buena Park, CA: LSO Ltd

NASCA International. (2003, December). What is swinging? [Frequently asked questions] Retrieved December 3, 2003 from
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•NASCA International. (2005, April). Recent Swing Club Court Cases in the News. Retrieved April 26, 2005 from
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NEIGER, Stephen (1971), “Mate Swapping: Can it Save a Marriage?” Sexology, January 1971


NEMY, Enid (1971). “Group Sex: Is It 'Life Art' or a Sign That Something Is Wrong?” New York Times, May 10, 1971, p.38


NEUBECK, Gerhard (1969). Extramarital Relations, Prentice-Hall

NEUBECK, Kenneth J. & Mary Alice NEUBECK (1997). Social Problems: A Critical Approach. Boston, Massachusetts: McGraw-Hill

NEWMAN, B. (1997). “The Use of Online Services to Encourage Exploration of Ego-dystonic Sexual Interests,” Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22:1, 45-48

NEWMAN, Judith. (1992) “Strange Bedfellows,” GQ, October. 161-167

NOCK, S. L. (1995). “Commitment and Dependency in Marriage,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57, 503-514

NOONAN, R.J. (1998), A Philosophical Inquiry into the Role of Sexology in Space Life Sciences Research and Human Factors Considerations For Extended  Spaceflight, Doctoral dissertation, New York University (UMI publication number 9832759)a


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O'NEILL, George C. and Nena O'NEILL (1970), “Patterns in Group Sexual Activity,” Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 6:2, May 1970


O'NEILL, Nena and George C. O'NEILL (1972). Open Marriage, A New Lifestyle for Couples. New York: M. Evans & Company, Inc.


OSWALD, R. F., L.B. BLUME & S.R. MARKS (2005). “Decentering Heteronormativity: A Model for Family Studies,” in V. L. Bengston, A. C. Acock, K. R. Allen, P. Dilworth- Anderson, & D. M.Klein (Eds.) Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage


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