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  Paul Gebhard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul H. Gebhard (born July 3, 1917) was an American anthropologist and sexologist.
From 1956 to 1982, Gebhard was the second director of the Kinsey Institute, following Alfred Kinsey himself.
He co-authored the second of the Kinsey Reports and later claimed that the statistical bias in the data had not materially affected the results of either report.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Gebhard   (147 words)

 First Measured Century: Interview: Paul Gebhard
Paul Gebhard was Alfred C. Kinsey’s colleague from 1946 to1956.
PAUL GEBHARD: What it amounted to is, there were about a little over 300 questions asked of every individual, which covered their life background and really demographic material, age, religion, et cetera.
PAUL GEBHARD: Kinsey always maintained in his speeches and in his personal lectures and in his books, he tried to remain a rigorous, completely objective, impartial scientist, which is, you know, the goal theoretically of science.
www.pbs.org /fmc/interviews/gebhard.htm   (5176 words)

 Aston Genealogy 2
Johann Jacob GEBHARD was born at noon on the 22nd of November 1819 in Praunheim Frankfurt Germany the son of Martin GEBHARD a Gardener and Catharina DUCHMANN (born 1801 Florsheim the daughter of Philipp DUCHMANN and Katharina Elisabetha Thekla NEBEL).
In 1853 Johann GEBHARD aged 33 is married at St. Martins in the Field in London to Elizabeth ISLIP (born 1821 in Swineshead Huntingdonshire, Elizabeth was the daughter of James ISLIP and Elizabeth LOVELL and the elder sister of Thomas ISLIP).
In 1878 Johann and Elizabeth Gebhard’s eldest child Johann Martin GEBHARD (known as Martin) a “Commercial Clerk” married Alice Maud GRETTON at St. Saviours Church in Saltley (Alice born 1860 at 23 Lower Trinity Street was the daughter of James GRETTON a “Hair and Horn Merchant” and Mary Ann YERL).
www.astonbrook-through-astonmanor.co.uk /id182.htm   (1133 words)

 American Experience | Kinsey | People & Events | PBS
From the beginning of his formal sex research in 1938, Alfred Kinsey was fortunate to have a strong supporting cast of research assistants, people who shared his missionary fire along with the burden of interviewing subjects, analyzing data, and drawing charts and graphs.
Paul Gebhard was born in 1917 in the tiny town of Rocky Ford, Colorado, and received both his B.S. and his Ph.D. in anthropology from Harvard.
Kinsey also tried to persuade him to dabble in homosexuality, but Gebhard soon discovered that it "wasn't his cup of tea." Of all of Kinsey's research assistants, Paul Gebhard endured longest at the institute, becoming its director upon Kinsey's death in 1956 and continuing in that role until his retirement in 1982.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/kinsey/peopleevents/p_circle.html   (1130 words)

 glbtq >> social sciences >> Kinsey Institute
Paul Gebhard succeeded Kinsey as director of the Institute.
Gebhard was succeeded as director of the Institute by June Reinisch.
Her tenure as director was a turbulent one, marked by controversies over access to materials in the Institute's extensive archival collection of photography and film documenting sexual behavior, the role of sex research in the AIDS crisis, and the appropriateness of Reinisch's role as a syndicated sex advice columnist.
www.glbtq.com /social-sciences/kinsey_institute.html   (846 words)

 The Kinsey Institute - Reference - Bibliographies - Homosexuality [Related Resources]
Paul Gebhard (Gebhard 1979), a Kinsey research associate and later director of the Institute, described Kinsey's sampling method as "quota sampling accompanied by opportunistic collection" (p.
Tabulations by Gebhard (McWhirter 1990) on Kinsey's basic sample of noninstitutionalized males and females indicated that "13.95% of males and 4.25% of females, or a combined average of 9.13%" had had either "extensive" or "more than incidental" homosexual experience.
Gebhard, P. Incidence of overt homosexuality in the United States and Western Europe.
www.kinseyinstitute.org /resources/bib-homoprev.html   (1923 words)

 Concerned Women for America - Beverly LaHaye Responds to “Answers“ from Dr. John Bancroft, Director of the ...
Gebhard admitted to the knowledge of “some names“ of the children and all names of the pedophiles who raped the children as part of this “study.“ The Kinsey Institute has also maintained that the Institute complies with all requests for information.
Gebhard, Kinsey‘s co-author and a former director of the Kinsey Institute, seems to think that Kinsey did know the identity of these children who were being abused.
In a 1992 telephone interview, Gebhard admitted to the use of pedophiles to get child sex data, and he also admitted to the possession of the names of the sexually abused children that were “experimented“ on.
www.cwfa.org /articledisplay.asp?id=876&department=CWA&categoryid=education   (2276 words)

 Corinth at the Time of Paul's Arrival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
As Paul arrived at Corinth in 49 or 50 C.E., he would have seen lots of rock piles, ruins of ancient city walls.
Around 150-200 followers of Christ were in Corinth at the time of Paul's writing his letters to them.
When Paul was in Corinth, however, the games may have been held in the city (the games moved back to the isthmus about 50-60 C.E.).
gbgm-umc.org /umw/corinthians/city.stm   (1525 words)

 Bond Set For Man Accused Of Taking Neighbors Hostage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Jeffrey Paul Gebhard said what started out a dispute with a neighbor has escalated to the point where he fears for his life and the life of his wife.
Gebhard said he had previously disagreed with Jordan about property lines but things got way out of hand in their neighborhood on Labor Day, when Gebhard found himself and his wife, Debra, held hostage at gunpoint in their own home.
Gebhard said Jordan ordered he and his wife to handcuff themselves and then forced them to walk next door to his house.
www.wcpo.com /news/2004/local/09/07/green.html   (411 words)

 Ancestry Message Boards [ Gebhard ]
GEBHARD " Strays " in England : Paul Gebhard -- 2 Aug 2004
GEBHARD and MANT marriage 1879 : paul gebhard -- 5 Jul 2004
GEBHARD " Strays " England : Paul Gebhard -- 28 Jun 2004
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 Molesting Children in the Name of Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Unfortunately, Dr. Gebhard wrote back to Reinisch on December 6, 1990 that she was wrong and that Kinsey did use "the gay community," pedophiles and prisoners to generalize to the population at large.
"[I]n 1957, under Gebhard's leadership, new sources of federal and private funding were found....During the 1970s, with funding from the National Institute of Mental Health, the Kinsey Institute was able to develop an information service," SIECUS Report, September 1985, 6-7.
In the Customs case a federal district course ruled in favor of the Institute, empowering it to import for research purpose any sort of erotic material and allowing such materials to be sent through the mails...regarded as a landmark in the history of the relationship between science and law." pp.
www.radiance.m6.net /myrrh/doc-molst.html   (3906 words)

 Recognize a Great One Paul R. Williams, Architect
Paul Revere Williams (1894-1980) was a celebrated architect and an African American -- a combination that few of his contemporaries imagined possible.
By the end of the ‘20s, Williams had established a reputation as "a skilled and sophisticated designer for the upper middle class and the wealthy," wrote art historian David Gebhard in Paul R. Williams, Architect: A Legacy of Style, a book by Karen E. Hudson, the architect’s granddaughter and director of his archives.
His residences were admired for their "play between the rational and picturesque," wrote historian Gebhard.
kldreamhomes.tripod.com /id21.html   (1490 words)

Paul Gebhard in a letter to Dr. Reisman, where he explained the source of data on the tables in question.
The data, Gebhard explained, "were obtained from parents, teachers and male homosexuals, and...
Papers promote the film with an endorsement from Paul Gebhard, the man who catalogued orgasms of infants and children and used this to demonstrate the benefits of incest.
www.crosswalk.com /news/1298324.html?view=print   (969 words)

 Corinthians Study Links (for Conflict and Community in the Corinthian Church)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Paul is stressing that, with diversity, there is the call to work together for the common good.
She says Paul used four primary metaphors that reveal how he envisioned the church and why divisions were inappropriate within it-- kinship, the human body, the church as God's building, and the field-- all of which contribute to his organic vision of connectedness and mutual dependence within the Christian community.
From the information presented in 2 Cor 10:10 and 11:6, it appears that Paul was deemed ineffective in some form of public speech that jeopardized his claim to apostolic authority at Corinth.
gbgm-umc.org /umw/corinthians/links.stm   (3109 words)

 Clifford GEBHARD of The Hind Hotel Leicester -- Leicestershire Roots
My great grandfather Martin James GEBHARD had numerous siblings and I've found lots of information on them.
The one that I know least about (as in practically nothing!) is Clifford GEBHARD born 1883 in Aston Birmingham.
All that I have seen is the precis of his will which states that he died aged only 39 in 1923 and that his wife's name was Emily (do not know her maiden name) and that his address at the time was The Hind Hotel Leicester.
www.voy.com /43435/254.html   (324 words)

 Fitzgerald, F Scott, to Haydon, Murray. Simpson’s Contemporary Quotations. 1988
Getty, J Paul, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2150, 2151, 2152
Goldberger, Paul, 3312, 5599, 5600, 5601, 5602, 5603, 5604
Gray, Lt Gen Alfred M, Gray, Paul, 2300, 7387, 7388, 7389, 7390, 7391, 7392, 8205, 8206
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Roy Albert GEBHARD, born 27 Jul 1931 at Heathfield Rd Hospital Birmingham England, resided 1966 to present at 4 Mallard Croft Lichfield.
Clifford John GEBHARD, born 22 Dec 1907 at 52 Bachus Road Birmingham England, died 7 Jan 1978 aged 70, resided 1927 at 4 Back of 38 Bracebridge Street Mona Terrace, military Private in 51st Highland Regiment.
Martin James GEBHARD, born 15 Jul 1879 at 109 Rupert St. Birmingham England, died 23 Aug 1956 aged 77, resided 1907 at 12 Vauxhall Grove Duddeston, buried at St. Barnabas Erdington, occupation Plasterer, military Driver 53218 Royal Corps of Engineers.
www.mygodwins.com /35051/17401.html   (2238 words)

 Godwin Family Genealogy
1894 Howard GEBHARD is born in Birmingham (son of Martin and Alice Maud).
1917 Kate GEBHARD is married to Ernest FRANKLIN in Aston District.
GEBHARD (nee Gretton) is buried; she died in 1924 but earlier in the year
www.mygodwins.com /30790.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val*   (3495 words)

 Paul Bley, MP3 Music Download at eMusic
Paul Bley has long offered avant-garde pianists an alternative approach to improvising than that of Cecil Taylor.
He soon returned to New York, played and recorded with Charles Mingus and Don Ellis, was part of the Jimmy Giuffre Three (which also included Steve Swallow), and was married to the talented up-and-coming pianist/composer Carla Bley.
Since the mid-'70s, Paul Bley has recorded a countless number of albums for literally dozens of labels (once cutting two albums in the same day, in two different countries).
www.emusic.com /artist/11578/11578477.html   (400 words)

 10% Figure Facts
In an unpublished 1966 Kinsey Institute study, cited by Paul Gebhard in a 1972 article, only 8% of the males and 1% of the females reported any post-pubertal homosexual activity.
According to Gebhard (a Kinsey confidant), this study was based on a sample of 593 males and 584 females interviewed by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago.
Source: Gebhard, P. H., "Incidence of Overt Homosexuality in the United States and Western Europe," National Institutes of Mental Health Task Force on Homosexuality: Final Report and Background Papers.
www.cprmd.org /Myths/Myth_Fact_001.htm   (2045 words)

 Kinsey and the Homosexual Revolution
Further, Dr. Gebhard claimed in a letter to me, that they did no follow-up on these children since it was “impossible or too expensive.” [31] Later Gebhard said Kinsey was correct, some children were followed up and “we do have some names” of the children.
Audiotaped phone discussion between J. Gordon Muir, editor of Kinsey, Sex and Fraud, and Paul Gebhard on November 2, 1992.
In the Male volume, Kinsey describes the children’s trauma (which he saw as orgasmic), claiming to also have data on “a smaller percentage of older boys and adults which continues these reactions throughout life,” p.
www.catholiceducation.org /links/jump.cgi?ID=1030   (4839 words)

 BAM: 1976–>1990, The Classes, September/October 1998
Paul Gebhard and Gwenn Sewell Gebhard '82 returned to Washington, D.C., this summer after two-and-a-half years in Brussels, Belgium.
Paul was posted to the U.S. mission to NATO, where he worked on the enlargement of NATO and the Partnership for Peace program.
Paul writes: "Our girls, Jessica, 9, and Emma, 5, loved their experience in Brussels.
www.brownalumnimagazine.com /storydetail.cfm?ID=1421   (4129 words)

 Ancestry Message Boards [ Islip ]
Edward Islip 1861 Census of Birmingham : Paul Gebhard -- 6 Aug 2004
Re: ISLIP Edward : paul gebhard -- 5 Jul 2004
ISLIP : paul gebhard -- 6 Mar 2000
boards.ancestry.com /mbexec/board/an/surnames.Islip   (227 words)

When students seek him out for advice about sexual concerns and problems, he realizes that no one has done the clinical research that would yield reliable answers to their questions.
Inspired to explore the emotionally charged subject of sex from a strictly scientific point of view, Kinsey recruits a team of researchers, including Clyde Martin, Wardell Pomeroy and Paul Gebhard.
Over time they refine an interviewing technique, which helps people to break through shame, fear, and guilt and speak freely about their sexual histories.
sorenz.dk /KINSEY.htm   (521 words)

 The Kinsey Institute - [Services & Events]
Clyde Martin, Paul Gebhard, Alfred Kinsey and Wardell Pomeroy around the filing cabinets that contain the sexual histories.
Clyde Martin and Paul Gebhard examine statistics.Date unknown.
Jean Brown, Dorothy Collins, Cornelia Christenson, and Paul Gebhard working on the index for the female volume.
www.indiana.edu /~kinsey/library/media.htm   (255 words)

 Lisa & Amalia Gebhard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
I received a long email from Paul Gebhard who is involved in an holiday and hospitality exchange club in Athens.
Lisa Gebhard left Somerset during the first term of grade 12 in 1987 to return to Greece from where she took her British A levels before going on to complete a 4 year degree in history at an American College (Deree) in Athens.
Amalia Gebhard (the traveller!) graduated from Somerset with the Class of '89.
www.somerset.qld.edu.au /xgebhard.htm   (572 words)

 AFA Journal: Kinsey
My paper was hotly contested and largely condemned, since everyone at her table of about 12 men and women wholeheartedly agreed that children could, indeed, have ‘loving’ sex with adults."
This potential "loving sex" is best described by Kinsey’s coauthor Dr. Paul Gebhard in a letter to Dr. Reisman, in which he explained the source of data on the tables in question.
The data, Gebhard explained, "were obtained from parents, teachers and male homosexuals, and … some of Kinsey’s men used ‘manual and oral techniques’ to catalog how many ‘orgasms’ infants and children could produce in a given amount of time."
www.afajournal.org /2005/january/1.05Kinsey.asp   (1539 words)

It's the awkwardness of their wedding night that sets the stage for Kinsey's shift from gall wasps to human beings, realizing that there was precious little scientific data available on contemporary sexual behavior and conventional notions of what are considered normal practices.
Recruiting a team of researches, including the bisexual Clyde Martin (the always interesting Peter Sarsgaard), the swaggering Wardell Pomeroy (Chris O'Donnell) and the slick Paul Gebhard (Timothy Hutton), Kinsey painstakingly teaches them how to get their hundreds of male interview subjects to open up and speak freely about their sexual histories.
When the results are published, Kinsey and his work become international cultural sensations, but by the time he releases a follow-up report on female sexual behavior, the country is knee deep in Cold War paranoia, and his revealing findings are met with outrage.
www.hollywoodreporter.com /thr/icopyright_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000629709   (502 words)

 The Kinsey Institute - History - Photo History [About the Institute]
The team's diverse background contributed to the success of the project.
The research team was completed with the arrival of Harvard-trained anthropologist Paul Gebhard, in 1947.
Shortly after Gebhard's arrival, Dr. Kinsey founded the Institute for Sex Research as a non-profit corporation with the assistance of Herman B Wells, president of Indiana University.
www.kinseyinstitute.org /about/photo-tour.html   (1358 words)

Paul Gebhard, an 87-year-old who was a member of the late scientist’s research team and who is portrayed by Timothy Hutton in “Kinsey,” said he likes the film.
“For artistic reasons, they took some liberties with facts, but basically, it’s an excellent film,” said Gebhard, who directed the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction from 1956 to 1982.
Gebhard, who attended Saturday’s premiere of the movie in Bloomington, even suggested that Irish actor Liam Neeson, who plays Kinsey, should get an Academy Award for his portrayal of the Indiana University sex researcher, who died in 1956.
www.cantonrep.com /index.php?Category=20&ID=192799&r=0   (782 words)

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