The politics of aids in africa by amy s patterson author visit amazons amy s patterson page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author are you an author learn about author central amy s patterson author be the first to review this item . Why do some african states commit more effectively than others to the fight against aids how do power inequalities and decision making institutions shape africas ability to combat the disease within the context of debates about the nature of the african state its relations with civil society . Why study the politics of aids the african state and the aids pandemic democratic transitions a new opportunity to fight aids civil societys influence on the politics of aids external donors and political commitments beyond politics as usual institutionalizing the aids struggle. The politics of aids in africa amy s patterson the author claims the disease has generally been considered too private biological behavioral and cultural to attract much attention from political scientists and she sets out to change that she . In the politics of aids in africa amy patterson interrogates how key aspects of african politics the state democratic transitions civil society and donors affect aids policymaking pattersons book opens with the customary sobering statistics on the magnitude and implications of the pandemic for africa
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