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|This study concerns the city dweller. Morris finds remarkable similarities with captive zoo animals and looks closely at the aggressive, sexual and parental behaviour of the human species under the stresses and pressures of urban living.|
|The zoo animal in a cage exhibits all these abnormalities that we know so well |
from our human companions. Clearly, then, the city is not a concrete jungle, it is a
human 200. The comparison we must make is not between the city'dwellet and ...
|John Mistletoe MORLEy, Christopher (1890–1957) American journalist, novelist, |
and poet M233–O praise me not the country— The meadows green and cool,
The solemn glow of sunsets, the ... The Human Zoo MORRIS, Desmond (1928–)
English zoologist M238–When the pressures of modern living become heavy, the
harassed city-dweller often ref- ers to his teeming world as a concrete jungle.
|Zoos were originally nothing more than the result of humans demonstrating our |
superiority over other species. ... that he arrives at the conclusion quoted at the
top of the chapter: Clearly, then, the city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo
|Afterword, spoken by Hellinger — this was his last production — and used at the |
end of each episode of the TV series, 1958-1962. 8 The city is not a concrete
jungle, it is a human zoo. DESMOND MORRIS, (b. 1928) British anthropologist.
|Hansard 1992 I do not regard the United Kingdom constitution as set in concrete. |
the concrete jungle inner cities regarded as places of confusion and lawlessness.
Coined by Desmond Morris in The Human Zoo (1969): 'The city is not a ...
|Clearly, then, the city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo. Desmond Morris: |
The Human Zoo Urban areas exist for human beings. They do not exist for cars or
lorries or big constructional projects. This would not, however, be immediately ...
|He (1969) concludes that the city is not a concrete jungle, but a human zoo. He (|
1969) gives attention to child-play, which he sees as the child's way of inventing
new patterns of behaviour and journeying on an ultimate voyage of discovery.
|In 1967, when the book first appeared, the world population of human beings had |
stood at 3,000 million. ... The city, I decided, was not a concrete jungle, it was a
human zoo, and this became the title of my second volume in the Naked Ape ...
|Clearly then, the city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo. Desmond Morris - |
The Human Zoo Here's a story: Once upon a time, there was an employee who
worked at an FTC. She handled the bookkeeping for the farm operations.