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Boundaries of Contagion: How Ethnic Politics Have Shaped Government Response to AIDS

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Boundaries of Contagion How Ethnic Politics Have Shaped Government Responses to AIDS

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The studies conclude that varied patterns of ethnic competition shape how governments respond to this devastating problem. The author considers the implications for governments and donors, and the increasing tendency to identify social problems in ethnic terms.

Boundaries of Contagion: How Ethnic Politics Have Shaped Government Responses to AIDS

ISBN - 10 : ISBN - 13 : Evan S. Liebermanis associate professor of politics at Princeton University.

Could animals other than chimpanzees been the cause of transmission of HIV? A hunter likely came in contact with chimp blood and picked up the disease and passed it on. When and where, to the best of our knowledge did HIV originate?


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Much earlier than we thought, perhaps as early as the s and probably in central Africa in or near present day DRC. What role did colonial governments play in dislocating rural African societies and fostering the growth of male-dominated urban centers susceptible to prostitution? How did colonial era medical interventions to protect against other diseases like yaws and syphilis likely engender the spread of HIV?


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