The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States
The Social Organization of Sexuality, a report on the nation's most comprehensive representative survey of sexual behavior in the general population to date, finally offers that basic information. Conducted by a research team centered at the University of Chicago, the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSLS) was designed to determine the incidence and prevalence of sexual practices and to place them in their social contexts. Based on personal interviews with a probability sample of 3,432 American women and men between the ages of 18 and 59, undertaken by the National Opinion Research Center, this study explores the extent to which sexual conduct and general attitudes toward sexuality are influenced by gender, age, marital status, and other demographic characteristics. The results of this survey both allow us to better understand how sexual behavior is organized in American society, and offer significant implications for policymakers struggling with many of the nation's crucial health problems. In exploring the rate of new partner formation, for example, the researchers discovered that about 80% of American adults had only one or no sexual partner in the past year. By concentrating AIDS awareness information on the 20% of the population that had two or more partners. AIDS strategists would be better able to target and persuade this segment of the population to modify their sexual behavior. Other topics covered by the survey include early sexual experiences, masturbation, contraception and fertility, abortion, sexual abuse, coercion, sexual health, satisfaction, and sexual dysfunction. A wide variety of sexual practices and preferences are also explored in the questionnaire,including specific questions on homosexual desire, identity, and behavior, the appeal of various sexual practices, and their frequency and incorporation into sexual lives.
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Explaining Sexual Content
Sexual Decision Making
The Sexual Dyad
15 Interrelations among the Theories
16 Master Statuses and Master Relationships as Social Signals
The Study Design
21 Major Issues in Designing a Study of Sexuality in the Age of AIDS
91 First Vaginal Intercourse and Youthful Heterosexuality
92 ForcedCoerced Sex in Adulthood
93 Adult and Adolescent Sexual Contacts with Children
Sex Health and Happiness
102 Sexual Correlates of Happiness and Health
103 Sexual Satisfaction
22 On Privacy Confidentiality and Security
Sexual Practices and Profiles of Sexual Expression
31 Sexual Practices
32 Sexual Techniques with OppositeGender Partners
34 Profiles of Sexual Expression
Appendix 31A Construction of the Religion Variable for Protestant Respondents
The Social Organization of Subjective Sexual Preferences
The Number of Partners
51 The Number of Partners over Specific Time Intervak
52 The Cumulative Number of Partners by Age and Time Period
53 The Number of Sex Partners before during and following First Union
54 Multivariate Analysis of the Number of Partners
Construction of the Variable PART12 Number of Partners in the Last Twelve Months
Construction of the Variable PART18 Number of Partners since Age Eighteen
61 Master Statuses and the Partnering Process
62 Social Networks and the Partnering Process
63 Homophily among Noncohabitational Partnerships
64 The Consequences of Specific Partnering Strategies
65 The Structure of BetweenGroup Contact
Epidemiological Implications of Sexual Networks
81 Prior Research on the Prevalence of Homosexuality
82 The Myth of 10 Percent and the Kinsey Research
83 Dimensions of Homosexuality
84 Measurement and Prevalence of SameGender Behavior Desire and Identity
85 The Interrelation of SameGender Sexual Behavior Desire and Identity
86 The Relation of Master Statuses and SameGender Sexuality
Formative Sexual Experiences
104 Sexual Dysfunction
Sexually Transmitted Infections
111 Lifetime and Annual Rates of STIs
112 Risky Partners and Risky Practices
113 The Sexual Behavior of Those Infected with STIs
114 Reactions to the Risk of Infection
Sex and Fertility
121 The Pattern of Fertility
122 Fertility Control
123 The Outcome of Conceptions
124 Age at Birth of the First Child
Sex Cohabitation and Marriage
131 Age of Entry into a First Marriage or Cohabitation
132 The Choice of a Marriage or a Cohabitational Union
133 The Stability of Partnerships
Normative Orientations toward Sexuality
142 The Distribution of Orientations within Master Status Groups
143 Normative Orientations and Sexual Behavior
144 Normative Orientations and Sexual Preferences
Sampling Procedures and Data Quality
Comparisons of the NHSLS with Other Data Sets
The NHSLS Questionnaire
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