About the Book
The present book of this series is a theoretical inquiry into and the empirical studies of sexual behaviour in six chapters authored by an eminent scholar. First chapter provides some background and context and deals with various ways in which sexual behaviour can be examined. Second chapter gives an emphasis on psycho-social interpretation of human sexual behaviour. Third chapter examines the psychological reasons of sexual deviation. Fourth chapter deals with an experimental analysis of animal sexual behaviour. Fifth chapter examines socio-religious and legal attitude towards sexual deviation. Last chapter deals with the socio-religious attitudes towards homo-sexual practices.
About the Author
J.S. Bill is a well-known scholar of Psychology of London University. He has written several important books and contributed many research papers in reputed journals. Having served as a teacher in several colleges in UK, now he lives a retired life and devoted his time in writing books and research papers.