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Title Censoring Sex Research : the Debate Over Male Intergenerational Relations / editors, Thomas K. Hubbard and Beert Verstraete
Published Walnut Creek, CA : Left Coast Press, Inc., [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xxix, 304 pages)
Contents Chapter 4. Blinded By Science: A Critique of Rind's Views On Pederasty, Richard D. McAnulty & Lester W. Wright Jr. Chapter 5. A Critique Of The Academic Process And Application Of Evolutionary Theory In Pederasty: An IntergrationOf Empirical, Historical, Sociological, Cross-Cultural, Cross-Species, And Evolutionary Perspectives By Dr. Bruce Rind, L. Eric Alcorn; Chapter 6. Same Sex, Different Ages: On Pederasty In Gay History, D.H. Mader And Gert Hekma; Chapter 7. ""Here's To You, Mr. Robinson"": Men Who Have Sexual Relations With Male Minors, David F. Greenberg
Chapter 8. Harming Children In The Name Of ""Child Protection"": How Minors Who Have Sex With Other Minors Are Abused By The Law And Therapy, Andrew HellerChapter 9. The Sex Offender System: Punishing Homo Sager, The New Internal Enemy, Thomas K. Hubbard; Chapter 10. Blinded By Politics And Morality -- A Reply To McAnulty And Wright, Bruce Rind; Index
Foreword. Taboo Sex Research: Thinking Outside The Box, Daniel C. Tsang.; Introduction, Thomas K. Hubbard; Chapter 1. Pederasty: An Intergration of Empiracal, Historical, Sociological, Cross-Cultural, Cross-Species, And Evolutionary Evidence And Perspectives, Bruce Rind; Chapter 2. More Speech Or Less? Censoring Social Science, Patrick O'Neill and Janice Best; Chapter 3. Intergenerational Sexualities: A Case Study On The Colonization Of Late Modern Sexual Subjects And Researcher Agendas, Richard Yuill
Summary This volume sheds light on one of the most explosive episodes of censure of academic scholarship in recent decades. Bruce Rind, a former psychology professor at Temple University, investigated sexual relations between male adults and adolescents through history and across cultures, from highly institutionalized relationships in Ancient Greece and Rome, to 33 contemporary cultures including the USA, and among various species. His conclusions that these relations, when consensual, are not always negative was radical, but based in his research findings. Even before publication of an invited article on the topic, he was subjected to intensive attacks, censured, and censored. This book presents a substantially extended version of Rind's original, unpublished article, plus 8 scholarly responses to his work that argue for or against Rind's conclusions or offer useful context on his work. For anyone interested in sex research and the academic freedom issues surrounding it, whether supportive of or vehemently opposed to Rind's ideas, this book is a must-read.--Publisher information
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Text in English
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Subject Homosexuality -- Research.
Pedophilia -- Research.
Sexology -- Research -- Censorship.
Form Electronic book
Author Hubbard, Thomas K.
Verstraete, Beert C.
LC no. 2013010024
ISBN 1611323401 (electronic bk.)
9781611323405 (electronic bk.)