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But the hunger for touch does not always involve sex. Men in prison slap each other on the back and rub each others necks and hug and give elaborate handshakes and do strange exercises in which the men use each others body weight.
Although there are only two lectures specifically on this theme, the issues raised are important to help you understand the rest of the module. Issues of power and inequality underpin most of contemporary human geography research. 94 more words
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The asylum as curative
Asylums themselves were, at least initially, deemed curative. For some years, there were no specific ‘psychiatric’ treatments given to the patients, other than opium, which in Essex was used ‘freely’ for melancholia. 1,089 more words
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Evidence demonstrates that “mass imprisonment must end. It endangers human dignity. It is a violation of human rights and international law. It is unconstitutional. 1,906 more words