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This article attempts to illuminate the understanding of swinging, or mate swapping, an increasingly common form of extramarital sexual activity.
A theoretical formulation argues that swinging is a form of extramarital sexual activity which serves to define as good and acceptable a behavior that in other forms and in the past has been considered deviant or immoral. A stratified area probability sample of married adults was drawn from a Midwestern community of 40, Areas investigated included community knowledge and perception of swinging, values of respondents with regard to participation in and acceptance of swinging, and the incidence of swinging in the community.
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Mate swapping: Perceptions, value orientations, and participation in a Midwestern community