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Title Thinking politically about HIV / edited by Kent Buse and Dennis Altman
Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2014


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Description ix, 148 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Thinking politically about HIV: political analysis and action in response to AIDS / Dennis Altman, Kent Buse -- Political science(s) and HIV: a critical analysis / Nathan A. Paxton -- Descriptive representation and AIDS policy in South Africa / Evan S. Lieberman -- Public opinion as leadership disincentive: exploring a governance dilemma in the AIDS response in Africa / Per Strand -- Building capacities and producing citizens: the biopolitics of HIV prevention in Brazil / Rafael de la Dehesa, Ananya Mukherjea -- Constitution, diversification and normalization of a health problem: organizing the fight against AIDS in Switzerland (1984-2005) / Michael Voegtli, Olivier Fillieule -- AIDS mobilisation in Zambia and Vietnam: explaining the differences / Amy S. Patterson, David Stephens -- China's evolving AIDS policy: the influence of global norms and transnational non-governmental organizations / Joan Kaufman -- Lessons from the rise and fall of the military AIDS hypothesis: politics, evidence and persuasion / Michael O'Keefe -- AIDS hyper-epidemics and social resilience: theorising the political / Pieter Fourie, Maj-Lis Foller
Notes "The chapters in this book were originally published in Contemporary Politics, volume 18, issue 4 [i.e. 2] (June 2012)."--p. vii
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject AIDS (Disease) -- Political aspects.
AIDS (Disease) -- Government policy.
HIV infections -- Political aspects.
HIV infections -- Government policy.
Author Buse, Kent, editor
Altman, Dennis, 1943- editor
ISBN 9780415825542