Alfred Kinsey and the Kinsey report: Historical overview and lasting contributions

@article{Bullough1998AlfredKA,
  title={Alfred Kinsey and the Kinsey report: Historical overview and lasting contributions},
  author={V. Bullough},
  journal={Journal of Sex Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={35},
  pages={127-131}
}
  • V. Bullough
  • Published 1998
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Sex Research
The modern study of sexuality was dominated by the medical perspective before 1940. Kinsey, a biologist, brought to the study of sexual expression a taxonomic approach—that is, an interest in classification and description. His initial efforts were supported by an exploratory grant in 1941 and by the administration at Indiana University. Kinsey developed his interview methodology and conducted over 8,000 interviews himself. His results challenged many widely held beliefs about sexuality… Expand
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