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reliance on those discourses that had pathologised the homosexual. Again, to borrow from Savage’s characterisation of the new sociological studies that appeared in the 1960s, any ‘overt psychologizing has given way to the language of social relationships, roles, networks, and norms, the evidence for which is extracted from people’s own accounts’. 76 Not only did it mark a radical break from his earlier interest in the psychology of sexual deviation, but Schofield’s work in the mid-1960s is also suggestive of the distance that had been travelled since the social

in British queer history