"Sexual Behavior In The Human Female" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"Sexual Behavior In The Human Female"
Reviews this research work of 1953 also known as the "Kinsey Report".
# 14267 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 1999 | US


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The report entitled Sexual Behavior in the Human Female is the result of research conducted by a number of scientists. This report was the second, after the volume on male sexual behavior, in a projected series.

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"The report entitled Sexual Behavior in the Human Female is the result of research conducted by a number of scientists. This report was the second, after the volume on male sexual behavior, in a projected series. Like the first book the present volume is often referred to by the phrase the "Kinsey Report," after the originator of the project, and its lead researcher, Dr. Alfred Kinsey, a biologist from Indiana University. On being asked by the University to teach a course in sex education Kinsey was shocked to discover the near complete lack of reliable information on the subject. An entomologist by training, Kinsey found that the few available studies of the subject of sexual behavior "lacked the statistical validity [he] deemed essential" and so he began to conduct his own interviews (Brecher 112). Kinsey began his research with the decision that because so much..."

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