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|LC Classifications||RA644.A25 P36 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0674012712, 0674012704|
|LC Control Number||87022972|
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The AIDS Bureaucracy: Why Society Failed to Meet the AIDS Crisis and How We Might Improve Our Response Paperback – January 1, by Sandra Panem (Author) › Visit Amazon's Sandra Panem Page.
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The signature work of AIDS-related investigative journalism, And the Band Played On: Politics, People, The AIDS bureaucracy book the AIDS epidemic by San Francisco-based reporter Randy Shilts, is the starting point for any contemporary understanding of AIDS and the mids era it between profiling the medical community’s discovery of and response to the disease, the gay community’s devastation.
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Elizabeth Pisani’s book, The Wisdom of Whores: Bureaucrats, Brothels and the Business of AIDS, while choc-a-bloc full of policy and statistics, lacks the whore’s-eye view the title first leads the reader to believe/5(). The book encourages readers to reconsider the orthodoxy of policies regarding public-private partnership by critiquing the resulting changes in the bureaucracy, civil society and public goods.
It is a must-read for students, scholars and practitioners concerned with neoliberal agendas in global health and development. Globally, some governments found it expedient to emphasize the spread of AIDS by blood transfusion rather than to recognize the existence of other societal practices at major fault.
The policy problems of AIDS and blood throughout the world were considered in a book Blood Feuds: Aids, Blood, and the Politics of Medical Disaster. Bureaucracy and the Regulation of Health and Safety at Work: A Comparison of the U.S.
and Sweden. Class and Politics in the Organization of Public Administration: The U.S. Department of Labor. The AIDS Crisis and Organizational Failure.
Organizational Alternatives and Social Change. AIDS was not an early crisis that finally abated; it was a slowly building mass death experience. The year with the most corpses in America was. The Wisdom of Whores: Bureaucrats, Brothels, and the Business of Aids.
by Elizabeth Pisani. pp, Granta, £ "'In the Aids industry," writes Elizabeth Pisani, "we were all whores.". the aids bureaucracy why society failed to meet the aids crisis and how we might improve our response Posted By Eiji YoshikawaPublic Library TEXT ID c Online PDF Ebook Epub Library The Aids Bureaucracy Why Society Failed To Meet The Aids.
The connection between blood transfusion and AIDS is now under control in the industrialized countries but only because of lessons that took too long to learn over the past 25 years. That process had different roots and effects depending on the various national blood programs and policies in different countries.
First is bureaucracy, concerning the study of HIV/AIDS work at the level of government. Next is the concept of public goods, employed to question how donor policies of privatising HIV/AIDS prevention and care built the capacity for private sector organisations to dispossess people of public funds, public services, social capital, and a utopian.
Get this from a library. AIDS in Pakistan: bureaucracy, public goods and NGOs. [Ayaz Qureshi] -- This book is the first full-length study of HIV/AIDS work in relation to government and NGOs. In the early s, Pakistan's response to HIV/AIDS was scaled-up and declared an area of urgent.
A third problem with the book is the authors' distaste for everyday politics. Politics, the authors imply, messes up good government. It subverts "rational analysis," and allows narrow interests to undermine the public interest. Much of Banishing Bureaucracy aims.
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The blueprint of 20th century investigative journalism. Tracing the course of HIV/AIDS through society; from its earliest as then unknown incarnation, to the height of this s hysteria – the death of Rock Hudson: Shilts's book should be in every High School's final academic examinations coursework reading list, as a compulsory item.
To be sure, the s and s AIDS epidemic — and the ugly political and interpersonal responses to it — can teach us a great deal about. Radical 'Wisdom' for the Global AIDS Epidemic In her new book, The Wisdom of Whores, epidemiologist Elizabeth Pisani interviews sex workers, drug users, health officials and.
On OctoHelms appeared on the floor of the Senate during a debate over a federal AIDS appropriation bill to denounce a safer-sex comic book, which he thought had been federally funded. We have a flourishing specialty, but also unbridled bureaucracy.
The specialty of AIDS is composed of two worlds: one is the world of clinical and laboratory science, the other encompasses sex education, politics, sociology, law, advocacy groups, and NGOs.
It is with this outlook in mind that I approached these three new books on AIDS. Ayaz Qureshi. AIDS in Pakistan: Bureaucracy, Public Goods, and NGOs. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN The book asks leaders at the outset to score their organizations in seven dimensions: goals, risk-taking, speed, creativity, autonomy, commitment, and nonconformity.
It is relentless in posing challenging questions, and includes a bureaucratic mass index (BMI) to help measure the extent of an organization’s bureaucracy. The 3 books aren’t explicitly about bureaucracy.
The first two are wonderful, head-spinning novels, and I expect if either author were still alive they’d think I was doing a disservice to.
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The AIDS crisis of the s looms large in recent histories of sexuality, medicine, and politics, and justly so—an unknown virus without a cure ravages an already persecuted minority, medical professionals are unprepared and sometimes unwilling to care for the sick, and a national health bureaucracy is slow to invest resources in finding a cure.
By Nina Holm Vohnsen, ISBN:Paperback. Bulk books at wholesale prices. Free Shipping & Price Match Guarantee. Central to the complex and important business of public policy making is the interaction between Congress and the federal bureaucracy.
Existing books about public policy usually either ignore this relationship or merely allude to it, implying that it is too mysterious to be comprehended. Coronavirus. More Bureaucracy Is Not the Answer to COVID The private sector has proven to be more resilient and flexible than the government.
Veronique de Rugy | AM. Even former senators aren’t immune to this city’s morass of bureaucracy and regulations. Blood on Their Hands: How Greedy Companies, Inept Bureaucracy, and Bad Science Killed Thousands of Hemophiliacs Eric Weinberg and Donna Shaw.
Rutgers Univ., $ (p) ISBN Reviews the book 'The Case for Bureaucracy: A Public Administration Polemic,' by Charles T. Goodsell. Congress and the Bureaucracy (Book Review). Puro, Steven //. Andy, Mark, and Amy vividly describe their real-life lessons in treating very sick children; confronting child abuse and the awful human impact of the AIDS epidemic; skirting the indifference of the hospital bureaucracy; and overcoming their own fears, insecurities, and constant fatigue.