Encyclopedia of Urban Legends (review)

@article{Hanson2003EncyclopediaOU,
  title={Encyclopedia of Urban Legends (review)},
  author={Todd A. Hanson},
  journal={Journal of American Folklore},
  year={2003},
  volume={116},
  pages={490 - 491}
}
biological components are helpful because folklore instructors are often in the position to respond to students’ questions about legend material (“That can’t really happen—can it?”), and it is our responsibility to answer accurately. Its most ideal application, however, is not in the folklore classroom but in human sexuality classes in high schools and colleges, where it ought to be required reading, and in the hands of parents and educators who want to know what young people really think.