Monday, 20 January 2014

RENOVATING MARRIAGE



ISBN-10: 0-87998-008-7
Editors: Roger W. Libby and Robert N. Whitehurst
Title: Renovating Marriage
Subtitle: Toward New Sexual Life=Styles
Language: English
Place of Publication: Danville, CA
Publisher: Consensus Publishers, Inc.
Year of Publication: 1973
Format: 149x230mm
Pages: 366
Cover Design: John Bookout
Binding: paperback in duotone printed wrappers
Weight: 543gr.
Original Price: N/A
Entry No.: 2014002
Entry Date: 20th January 2014

CONTENTS



[3] Roger W. Libby, Introduction
[19] Robert T. and Anna K. Francoeur, Hot and Cool Sex: Fidelity in Marriage
[38] Robert N. Whitehurst, The Monogamous Ideal and Sexual Realities
[48] John McMurtry, Monogamy: A Critique
[59] Rustum and Della Roy, Is Monogamy Outdated?[75] Jessie Bernard, Infidelity: Some Moral and Social Issues
[95] Gordon Clanton, The Contemporary Experience of Adultery: Bon and Carol adn Updike and Rimmer
[116] Roger W. Libby, Extramarital and Co-marital Sex: A Review of the Literature
[146] Brian G. Gilmartin adn Dave V. Kusisto, Some Personal and Social Characteristics of Mate-Sharing Swingers
[166] Charles A. Varni, Contexts of Conversion: The Case of Swinging
[182] Larry L. and Joan M. Constantine, Sexual Aspects of Group Marriage
[192[ Mervyn Millar, Apollonians and Dionysians: Some Imrpessions of Sex in the Counter-Culture
[211] Pepper Schwartz, Female Sexuality and Monogamy
[227] Ronald Mazur, The Double Standard and People;s Liberation
[240] Russell Ford, Group Sex and Sexually Free Marriages
[254] Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, Lesbian/Woman
[269] Robert N. Whitehurst, Youth Views Marriage: Some Comparisons of Two Generation attitudes of University Students
[280] Mervin White and Carolyn Wells, Student Attitudes Toward Alternate Marriage Forms
[296] John S. Kafka and Robert G. Ryder, Note on Marriages in the Counter-Culture
[309] Robert N. Whitehurst, Changing Ground Rules and Emergent Life-Styles
[321] Ronald Mazur, Beyond Jealousy and Possessiveness
[332] Robert H. Rimmer, Being In Bed Naked with You is the Most Important Thing in My Life
[345] Lonny Myers, Marriage, Honesty, and Personal Growth (Reflections on upper-middle-class urban marriages)
[361] Roger W. Libby, Epilogue




Tuesday, 7 January 2014

ΤΗΕ KINSEY INSTITUTE NEW REPORT ON SEX



ISBN-13: 978-0-312-05268-3
Writers: June Machover Reinisch and Ruth Beasley
Title: The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex
Subtitle: What You Must Know to be Sexually Literate
Language: English
Edition: First Edition
Place of Publication: New York
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Year of Publication: 1990
Format: 155x235mm
Pages: xx+540; Appendix, 511; Index, 522
Illustrations: 34 single colour pictures and line drawings, and 5 tables
Jacket Design: Ruth Kolbert and Bea Jackson
Binding: red spine cloth and boards in colour dust jacket
Weight: 888gr.
Original Price: USD29.95 (price sticker on front flap)
Entry No.: 2014001
Entry Date: 7th January 2014

BOOK DESCRIPTION


Sexual Literacy for the 1990s
Here in one volume are the latest, accurate answers to the questions Americans most often ask about sex and related issues, written by the director fot he famous Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University.

This book is certain to be among the most important sources of sexual information for the 1990s. The original studies by Dr. Alfred Kinsey in the 1950s remain the most quotes studies on sex in our history. This timely book does not repeat Dr. Kinsey’s ground-breaking effort.
Ιnstead it supplements  it with a new national survey of sexual literacy commissioned by the Kinsey Institute. That survey showa that a majority of Americans are not sexually literate.

The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex  is based on the illuminating results of this poll and four decades of the foremost research from around the world.

The information in this book is the most accurate and up to date that is available. It is written in a sensitive, direct, and easy-to-understand style.

The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex answers the most frequently asked questions about all aspects of sex and reproduction, including:
• Sexual dysfunction
• Puberty and sexual development
• Bisexuality and homosexuality
• Contraception and parenthood
• Sexually transmitted diseases and reproductive health
• Sex and aging
• Male and female anatomy
This is the one book you need to achieve sexual literacy for the 1990s.

All of Dr. Reinisch’s royalties from the sale of this book are going directly to The Kinsey Institute to further research in sex, gender,a nd reproduction.