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Women as revolutionary agents of change : the Hite reports and beyond

Author: Shere Hite
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : The University of Wisconsin Press, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Recently published to much acclaim in England, these reflective essays by Shere Hite reveal and explore the methodological and philosophical import of the famous Hite Reports on male and female sexuality and love and include extensive excerpts from the reports themselves.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shere Hite
ISBN: 0299142949 9780299142940
OCLC Number: 29254391
Description: xvii, 518 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Beginnings: 1972-1976 --
1976: The Hite report on female sexuality --
1981: The Hite report on men and male sexuality: the ideological construction of "male sexuality" and "male psychology" --
1987: Women and love: a cultural revolution in progress: the Hite report on love, passion, and emotional violence.
Responsibility: Shere Hite.

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Recently published to much acclaim in England, these reflective essays by Shere Hite reveal and explore the methodological and philosophical import of the famous Hite Reports on male and female sexuality and love and include extensive excerpts from the reports themselves.

To read this outstanding distillation of Hite's writings is to see the continuing impact of her prodigious work over two decades, to hear her views on the issues facing women as agents of social change, and to be taken to the cutting edge of current debates on sexual politics.

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