Monday, 14 January 2013

SWINGING & RELATED SUBJECTS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (P-Z) UPDATED 1/27//2013




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PACKARD, Vance (1968). The Sexual Wilderness: The Contemporary Upheaval in Male-Female Relationships, New York: David McKay Co.

PARKER, Hal (1969). Swapmania, Los Angeles: Echelon Books Publisher


PARKER, R., M. CARBALLO & G. HERDT (1991). “Sexual Culture, HIV Transmission, and AIDS Research,” The Journal of Sex Research, 28, 75-96

PATTON, T. O. (2001). “Ally McBeal. and her Homies: The Reification of White Stereotypes of the Other,” Journal of Black Studies, 32, 229-260

PAULSON, Charles and Rebecca PAULSON (1972), “Swinging in Wedlock,” Society, 9, 28-37

PAXTON, A. & E. TURNER (1976). “Self-actualization and Sexual Permissiveness, Satisfaction, Prudishness, and Drive Among Female Undergraduates,” The Journal of Sex Research, 14, 65-80

PEABODY,, S. A. (1982). “Alternative Life Styles to Monogamous Marriage: Variants of Normal Behavior in Psychotherapy Clients,” Family Relations, 31, 425-434

PEDERSEN, F.A. (1991). “Secular Trends in Human Sex Ratios: Their Influence on Individual and Family Behavior,” Human Nature, 2, 271-291

PINNEY, E.M., M. GERRAD & N.W. DENNEY (1987). “The Pinney Sexual Satisfaction Inventory,” The Journal of Sex Research, 23, 233-251

POUND, N. (2002). “Male Interest in Visual Cues of Sperm Competition Risk,” Evolution and Human Behavior, 23, 443-466

PRINS, K.S, B.P. BUUNK & N.W. VANYPEREN (1993). “Equity, Normative Disapproval, and Extramarital Relationships,” Journal of  Social and Personal Relationships, 10, 39-53

PRZYBYLA, D.J. & D. BYRNE (1981). “Sexual Relationships,” in S. Duck & R. Gilmour (Eds.), Personal Relationships: Studying Personal Relationships, Orlando: Academic Press

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RAMEY, James W. (1972), “Emerging Patterns of Innovative Behavior in Marriage,” The Family Coordinator, October

RAMEY, James W. (1975). “Intimate Groups and Networks: Frequent Consequences of Sexually Open Marriage,” The Family Coordinator, 24, 515-530

REINISCH, June M.  (1990)  The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex: What You Must Know to be Sexually Literate.; New York: St. Martin's Press


REISS, Ira L. (1968). How and Why America's Sex Standards Are Changing,Trans-Action, March 1968, pp. 26-32

REISS, Ira L., R.E. ANDERSON & G.C. SPONAUGLE (1980). “A Multivariate Model of the Determinants of Extramarital Sexual Permissiveness,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 42, 395-411

RICHARDSON, Herbert W. (1971). Nun, Witch, Playmate: The Americanization of Sex,  New York: Harper & Row, Publishers

RICHARDSON, L. (1985). The New Other Woman: Contemporary Single Women in Affairs with Married Men. New York: Free Press

ROACH, A. J., L.P. FRAZIER & S.R. BOWDEN (1981). “The Marital Satisfaction Scale: Development of a Measure for Intervention Research,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 43, 537-546

ROBINSON, I.E., K.KING, C.J. DUDLEY and F.J. CLUNE (1968). “Change in Sexual Behavior and Attitudes oi College Students,” Family Coordinator, 17:119-123

ROBINSON, L.C., & P.W. BLANTON (1993). “Marital Strengths in Enduring Marriages,” Family Relations, 41, 38-45

ROGERS, S. J., & P.R. AMATO (2000). “Have Changes in Gender Relations Affected Marital Quality?” Social Forces, 79(2), 731-753

ROSENGARD, I. Stuart (1971), “Mate Swapping: Why Is it So Popular?” Sexology, June 1971

RUBIN, R. H. (2001). “Alternative Lifestyles Revisited, or Whatever Happened to Swingers, Group Marriages, and Communes?” Journal of Family Issues, 22, 711-727

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SCHOENSTEIN, Ralph (1972), I Hear America Mating, St. Martin’s Press

SCHUUM, W. R., H.L. BARNES, S.R. BOLLMAN, A.P.JURICH &, M. A. BURGAIS (1986).”Self-disclosure and Marital Satisfaction Revisited,” Family Relations, 35, 241-247

SCHUPP, Cherie Evelyn (1970), An Analysis of Some Social-psychological Factors Which Operate in the Functioning Relationship of Married Couples Who Exchange Mates for the Purpose of Sexual Experience, Dissertation published on demand by University Microfilms

SCHWALBERG, Carol (1973), Doing It: or How to Give The Perfect Orgy, Dell Publishing Co.

SCHWARTZ, P. (2000). “Creating Sexual Pleasure and Sexual Justice in the Twenty-first Century,” Contemporary Sociology, 29, 213-219

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SMITH, James R. and Lynn G. SMITH, eds. (1974) Beyond Monogamy, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press

SMITH, James R. and Lynn G. SMITH (1970), “Co-marital Sex And The Sexual Freedom Movement,” Journal of Sex Research, May 1970

SMITH, James R. and Lynn G. SMITH (1973) ”Co-Marital Sex: The Incorporation of Extramarital Sex into the Marriage Relationship,” Critical Issues in Contemporary Sexual Behavior, The Johns Hopkins University Press

SMITH, James R. and Lynn G. SMITH (1974) “Intimacy, Ecstasy, and Eufunction: Some Neglected Dimensions of Sexual Counseling,” paper presented to the American Orthopsychiatric Association, Spring 1974.

SPRECHER, S. (2002). “Sexual Satisfaction in Premarital Relationships: Associations with Satisfaction, Love, Commitment, and Stability,” The Journal of Sex Research, 39,190-196

STAKE, R. E. (1995). The Art of Case Study Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

STRUENING, K. (1996). “Privacy and Sexuality in a Society Divided Over Moral Culture,” Political Research Quarterly, 49, 505-523

STRYKER, S. (1980). Symbolic Interactionism: A Social Structural Version. Reading, MA: Benjamin/Cummings

SUSSMAN, M. B. & B.E. COGSWELL (1972). “The Meaning of Variant and Experimental Marriage Styles and Family Forms in the 1970s,” The Family Coordinator, 21, 375- 381

SWENSON, G. (2003). Infidelity. Retrieved March 24, 2006 from http://www.gregswensonphd.com/infidelity.htm#

SYMONDS, C. (1971). “Sexual Mate Swapping and the Swingers,” Marriage Counseling Quarterly, 6, 1-12

SYMONDS, Carolyn (1968), “A Pilot Study of the Peripheral Behavior of Sexual Mate Swappers,” Master's thesis, University of California, Riverside

SYMONDS, Carolyn (1971), “Sexual Mate Swapping: Violation of Norms And Reconciliation of Guilt,” in Studies In the Sociology of Sex, edited by James M. Henslin, Appleton-Century-Crofts

SZINOVACZ, M. E., & L.C. EGLEY  (1995).”Comparing One-Partner and Couple Data on Sensitive Marital Behaviors: The Case of Marital Violence,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57, 995-1010

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TALESE, G. (1980). Thy neighbor’s wife. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc.


THE SWINGERS BOARD (2006), Swingers dictionary of common swinger terms, http://www.swingersboard.com//?swing=dictionary
THOMAS, P. (ed.), (1993). Swing Talk, Sextraverts, 52. Connections magazines, p.66
THOMAS, P. (Ed.), (1999). Special Editorial:Racial discrimination in swinging. National Connections. 66. Connections Magazines, pp.2-3.
THOMAS, Patti (1997), Recreational Sex: An Insider's Guide to the Swinging Lifestyle, Ohio: Peppermint Publishing Co.

THOMAS, W. I., & D.S.  THOMAS, (1928). The Child in America: Behavior Problems and Programs. New York: Knopf

THOMPSON, L., & A.J. WALKER (1989). “Gender in Families: Women and Men in Marriage, Work, and Parenthood,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51, 845-871

TRIMBLE, John F. (1971), The Group Sex Scene, Pinnacle Books
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VANYPEREN, N. W. & B.P. BUUNK (1991). “Sex-Role Attitudes, Social Comparison, and Satisfaction With Relationships,”Social Psychology Quarterly, 54, 169-180
 
VARNI, C. A. (1974). “An Exploratory Study of Spouse Swapping,” in J. R. Smith, Beyond monogamy, New York, NY

VARNI, Charles A., “An Exploratory Study of Wife Swapping,” Pacific Sociological Review, Vol. 15 No. 4

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WACHLOWIAK, D. & H. BRAGG (1980). “Open Marriage and Marital Adjustment,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 42, 57-62

WAGNER, David M. (1998)  “Divorce Reform: New Directions,” Current,  February.  n400, 7-11

WALKER, A. J., K.A. ALLEN & I.A. CONNIDIS (2005). “Theorizing and Studying Sibling Ties in Adulthood,” 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

WALKER, Brooks R. (1968), The New Immorality, Doubleday

WALSHOK, Mary, (1971). “The Emergence of Middle-Class Deviant Subcultures: The Case of Swingers,” Social Problems, Spring, 488-495

WALTHER, J. B. (1996). “Computer Mediated Communication: Impersonal, Interpersonal, and Hyper-Personal Interaction,” Communication Research, 23, 3-43

WEBSTER, John (1968), Sex Is For Giving: The Swing to Extramarital Fun, Elysium Publishers

WEIGEL, D. J. (2003). “A Communication Approach to the Construction of Commitment in the Early Years of Marriage: A Qualitative Study,” The Journal of Family Communication, 3, 1-19

WEIGEL, D. J. & D.S. BALLARD-REISCH (1999). “How Couples Maintain Marriages: A Closer Look at Self and Spouse Influences Upon the Use of Maintenance Behaviors in Marriages,” Family Relations, 48, 263-269

WEISS, D. (1983) “Open Marriage and Multilateral Relationships: The Emergence of Nonexclusive Models of the Marital Relationship,” in Macklin, E. and Rubin, R. (eds.), Contemporary Families and Alternative Lifestyles. Newbury Park, CA; Sage, pp.111-127

WELLS, John Warren (1972), Beyond Group Sex, Dell

WELLS, Theodore, and Lee CHRISTIE. (1970)."Living Together: An Alternative to Marriage," The Futurist, April, 1970, pp. 50-51

WESP, Jennifer. (1992). Polyamory Frequently Asked Questions. [Online]. May 29.  Society for Human Sexuality. Available:
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WHITEFIELD, Ann (1975), The Joy of Swinging, Pinnacle Books
WHITEHURST, Robert (1985). The New Other Woman: Contemporary Single Women in Affairs with Married Men. New York: Free Press

WOLFE, L.(1981, The Sexual Profile of the Cosmopolitan Girl, Cosmopolitan, Sept., 254-256
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ZISKIN, Jay and Mae ZISKIN (1973), The Extramarital Sex Contract, Nash Publishing




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