|Other author/creator||Sorensen, John C.|
|Other author/creator||Suarez, Ray, 1957-|
|Other author/creator||New River Media (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||Films for the Humanities (Firm)|
||Title on container and cassette label: Alfred Kinsey : Social Science in America's Bedroom.
|Portion of title
||Social science in America's bedroom.
||Sexuality was the last uncharted realm of social science until a controversial biology professor named Alfred Kinsey walked into America's bedroom and turned on the light. In this program, John Bancroft, director of The Kinsey Institute; James H. Jones, author of Alfred Kinsey : A Public/Private Life; and Kinsey's former colleague Paul Gebhard engage in a thoughtful assessment of Kensey's findings--data weakened, however, by the makeup of Kinsey's sample population, his own sexual experiences, and his desire to see a more inclusive ethic of tolerance in the U.S. Nonetheless, as a tool of social reform, Kinsey's work succeeded in opening a channel in the public discourse on a hitherto taboo subject.(from container)
|General note||"Based on the PBS special The first measured century."|
|General note||Additional copyright date on title frames: 2000.|
|Credits||Principal photographer, Bruce Kissal ; assistant editor, T. Charnan Lewis ; original music, John Keltonic.|
||Narrator, Ray Saurez.
|Publisher number||FFH 29835-A-NT Films for the Humanities & Sciences|