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Anyone familiar with the major abstracting services (Biological Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, and the like) can appreciate the type of abstract found in themgenerally highly descriptive abstracts providing in succinct form the salient information in the item being abstracted, usually a journal article or a conference paper. The terse statements give the purpose of the work, significant data, and conclusions. We have used a similar approach for the abstracts in our guide. Instead of periodical articles and papers, however, we have focused on monographic worksreference books, studies, collections, surveys, bibliographies, and the like, all of which we view as studies.
Aiding the more systematically-minded user is the "Reader's Guide" at the beginning of volume one; it consists of some 45 main headings, such as Groups, History, Music, and Rulers, each divided by narrower subheadings. The articles, often lengthy, are alphabetically arranged. Articles, many of them contributed by the editors, are signed and accompanied by short bibliographies of books and articles. For anyone wishing to find a solid basis for the systematic study of homosexuality, this is the source.
5), the material is presented in lexical form to facilitate access to the ideas about erotic lovemaking that the authors deem significant. " There are also entries for prominent sexologists (Freud, Kinsey), abstract concepts (gallantry, jealousy, responsibility), fields of knowledge (anthropology, psychology), diseases and disorders (venereal diseases, hysteria), sexual practices (incest, masturbation, rape), and particular headings favored by the authors ("facts, facing up to''; "parts, private"; and "words, naughty").