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Nikolas Rose

relation to overcrowding in the experiments of John Calhoun, examined by Ed Ramsden (Adams and Ramsden, 2011 ; Ramsden, 2011 ; Cantor and Ramsden, 2014 ; Ramsden, 2014 ). 11 Behavioural pathologies in overcrowded rat colonies led to the development of ‘behavioural sinks’, to use Calhoun’s term, where female rats ‘fell short of their maternal functions’, infant mortality increased, and, for the males, ‘behavior disturbances ranged from sexual deviation to cannibalism and from frenetic overactivity to a pathological withdrawal from which individuals would emerge to

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city
Helen Smith

refreshingly healthy manner’ that the book addressed the biology of sex, youthful sexual impulses, marriage and sexual deviation, and was delighted that the book has the potential to get rid of ‘false shame’ and ‘woeful ignorance’. 59 The magazines allowed men to discuss their own literary preferences and preoccupations while also opening them up to consideration by the thousands of readers who bought each copy. This engagement with literature and education only ended in the late 1970s, when the magazines turned to

in Men and masculinities in modern Britain