Homosexuality; a cross cultural approach.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, Julian Press [c1956]
Description
viii, 440 p. : illus. ; 22 cm.

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Contents
Introduction, by D. W. Cory.--A problem in modern ethics, by J.A. Symonds.--Homosexual love, by E. Westermarck.--The intermediate sex, by E. Carpenter.--Terminal essay, by R. Burton.--The perversions of love, by P. Mantegazza.--Male homosexuality in ancient Greece, by H. Licht.--The love called "Socrates," by Voltaire.--Defensive homosexuality, by G. van T. Hamilton.--Criteria for a hormonal explanation, by A. C. Kinsey.--Pastoral counseling for homosexuals, by G. W. Henry.--Homosexuality, sodomy, and crimes against nature, by M. Ploscowe.--Are homosexuals necessarily neurotic? By A. Ellis.--The influence of heterosexual culture, by A. Ellis.--Homosexual attitudes and heterosexual prejudices, by D. W. Cory.--Changing attitudes toward homosexuals, by D. W. Cory.
LCCN
a 56003501
OCLC
2126603
RCP
N - O
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