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Little Kinsey: An Outline of Sex Attitudes in Britain

L. R. England
The Public Opinion Quarterly
Vol. 13, No. 4 (Winter, 1949-1950), pp. 587-600
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2745864
Page Count: 14
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Little Kinsey: An Outline of Sex Attitudes in Britain
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Abstract

While a Number of surveys on sex attitudes and habits have been conducted in the United States, they are far rarer in other countries. This article outlines the results of a recent study along these lines in Great Britain. A national cross-section was asked for their attitudes on sex education, divorce, birth control, prostitution, and related matters, and a more restricted sample was asked about their personal sex habits. With some notable exceptions, the results are consistent with those reached in the Kinsey Report.

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