Type of Document Master's Thesis Author McCann, Brandy Renee Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-05042005-163234 Title Reading Alfred C. Kinsey: Sexuality and Discourse in Mid-Century America Degree Master of Arts Department English Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Hausman, Bernice L. Committee Chair Collier, James H. Committee Member Mollin, Marian B. Committee Member Keywords
- Women Writers
- Female Sexuality
- Sex Education
Date of Defense 2005-04-18 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis project concerns various 20th-century rhetorical strategies for sexual liberation. First, I examine the work of Alfred C. Kinsey through the theories of Louis Althusser and Michel Foucault. In the second chapter I look at Kinsey’s Female volume and argue that he uses the mid-century concern for marriage as a strategy for sexual liberation. Next, I trace the ways in which four female, post-Kinsey writers use Kinsey (explicitly or implicitly) for their own particular strategies for sexual liberation. Finally, my conclusion asks how we can develop an effective strategy for this new century.
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