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by William J. Fielding
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  • Author:
    William J. Fielding
  • ISBN:
    1428618848
  • ISBN13:
    978-1428618848
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  • Publisher:
    Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 26, 2006)
  • Pages:
    376 pages
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    Literary
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During the past decade the subject of sex and its associated reactions has been more than liberally represented in the book markets of all civilized countries. Much of the information thus disseminated is of the type compiled to make best sellers, and is thus offered in erotic settings. Other productions, while motivated by the best of intentions, literally reek with unphysiologic statements and misguiding leads, but occasionally a work appears, that represents the type of orientation desirable for consumption by the educated layman.

Sex and the Love Life by the American author William J. Fielding (1886-1974) is a non-fictional book published in 1927 in New York. It deals with the contemporary understanding of sexuality and its relation to the love life in many fields of life

Sex and the Love Life by the American author William J. It deals with the contemporary understanding of sexuality and its relation to the love life in many fields of life. The book consists of 14 chapters and a glossary in which all biological, sexual and medical terms that are discussed in the book itself are defined and explained

2. Social psychology .

2. I. Bendelow, Gillian, 1956– . Despite their obvious importance to a range of issues within the social sciences, emotions, like the body to which they are so closely tied, have tended to enjoy a rather ‘ethereal’ existence within sociology, lurking in the shadows or banished to the margins of sociological thought and practice. Certainly, it is possible to point towards implicit if not explicit emotional themes in classical sociological writing.

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