First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Section One: Mass-Observation, Little Kinsey & the Sex Survey Tradition: Introduction: Little Kinsey - Some Feminist Issues and Interests in Britain, by Mass-Observation; From Observing to Surveying, From Seatown to Little Kinsey; Mass-Observation's Sex Research 1937-1949; From Patterns of Marriage to Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles: The Sex Survey in Context; Theorising While Appearing Not To? - Ideas and the British Sex Survey. Section Two: Little Kinsey: Mass-Observation's Sex Survey of 1949: Part A, The survey: Sex Surveyed; Part B, The Mechanics of Sex: The Facts of Life; Sex Education; Birth Control; Part C, Institutions of Sex: Marriage; Divorce; Part D, Outside Marriage: Extra-Marital Relations; Prostitution; Part E, Sex and Life: The Psychology of Sex; Sexual Morality; Opinion Forming. Section Three: The Feminist Surveys Back: Surveying the Survey; Surveying Sex the Mass-Observation Way; Shere Hite & the Feminist Sex Survey; Sex Changes? - Sex Surveys and Social Change.
Liz M. T. Tyit