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9783639425246 - Vandormael, Alain: Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa - Liv

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Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa (?)

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Revision with unchanged content. Since the transition to democracy, the South African government's response to the crisis of AIDS has been subject to much public debate and controversy. Of particular interest are the events surrounding the government's initial decision to delay the implementation of an HIV-medications rollout program in South Africa. It was during this period that the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) established itself as a prominent AIDS activist organisation, and successfully pressured the government to reform its litigious HIV treatment policy. In this study the TAC's 'success' is selected as a case and examined from the following thematic departures: - A discussion of the theoretical strengths of a popular-democratic perspective of civil society. - An overview of AIDS discourse, activism, and expertification. - The strategies used by the TAC to enable the participation of its membership (and HIV-positive patients) in key AIDS issues. - And, the political capacity for the continuation of AIDS-related participation in a 'post-TAC' society. This book is addressed to students, academics and researchers in the social sciences that are interested in the political and social affairs of HIV/AIDS.156 S.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, Softcover
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9783639425246 - Vandormael, Alain: Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa: The treatment action campaign, government, and the politics of HIV, AIDS - Liv

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Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa The treatment action campaign government and the politics of HIV AIDS (2012) (?)

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9783639425246 - Alain Vandormael: Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa - Liv

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Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa (2012) (?)

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9783639425246 (?) ni ni 3639425243

, an Alman, Av Akademikerverlag Jun 2012, Paperback, Nouvo, réimprimer
This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Revision with unchanged content. Since the transition to democracy, the South African government s response to the crisis of AIDS has been subject to much public debate and controversy. Of particular interest are the events surrounding the government s initial decision to delay the implementation of an HIV-medications rollout program in South Africa. It was during this period that the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) established itself as a prominent AIDS activist organisation, and successfully pressured the government to reform its litigious HIV treatment policy. In this study the TAC s success is selected as a case and examined from the following thematic departures: - A discussion of the theoretical strengths of a popular-democratic perspective of civil society. - An overview of AIDS discourse, activism, and expertification. - The strategies used by the TAC to enable the participation of its membership (and HIV-positive patients) in key AIDS issues. - And, the political capacity for the continuation of AIDS-related participation in a post-TAC society. This book is addressed to students, academics and researchers in the social sciences that are interested in the political and social affairs of HIV/AIDS. 156 pp. Englisch
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Soti nan 10/19/2014 01:53h
ISBN (altènatif notations): 3-639-42524-3, 978-3-639-42524-6
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9783639425246 - Vandormael, Alain: Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa - Liv

(?):

Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa (?)

Livrezon nan: AlmayLiv AlmanSa se yon paperback livNouvo liv
ISBN:

9783639425246 (?) ni ni 3639425243

, an Alman, Av Akademikerverlag, Paperback, Nouvo
Lib anbakman
Revision with unchanged content. Since the transition to democracy, the South African government's response to the crisis of AIDS has been subject to much public debate and controversy. Of particular interest are the events surrounding the government's initial decision to delay the implementation of an HIV-medications rollout program in South Africa. It was during this period that the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) established itself as a prominent AIDS activist organisation, and successfully pressured the government to reform its litigious HIV treatment policy. In this study the TAC's 'success' is selected as a case and examined from the following thematic departures: - A discussion of the theoretical strengths of a popular-democratic perspective of civil society. - An overview of AIDS discourse, activism, and expertification. - The strategies used by the TAC to enable the participation of its membership (and HIV-positive patients) in key AIDS issues. - And, the political capacity for the continuation of AIDS-related participation in a 'post-TAC' society. This book is addressed to students, academics and researchers in the social sciences that are interested in the political and social affairs of HIV/AIDS.156 S.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, Softcover
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ISBN (altènatif notations): 3-639-42524-3, 978-3-639-42524-6
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9783639425246 - Alain Vandormael: Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa - Liv

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Civil Society and Democracy in Post-apartheid South Africa (2012) (?)

Livrezon nan: AlmayLiv AlmanSa se yon paperback livNouvo livréimprimer
ISBN:

9783639425246 (?) ni ni 3639425243

, an Alman, AV Akademikerverlag Jun 2012, Paperback, Nouvo, réimprimer
This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Revision with unchanged content. Since the transition to democracy, the South African government s response to the crisis of AIDS has been subject to much public debate and controversy. Of particular interest are the events surrounding the government s initial decision to delay the implementation of an HIV-medications rollout program in South Africa. It was during this period that the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) established itself as a prominent AIDS activist organisation, and successfully pressured the government to reform its litigious HIV treatment policy. In this study the TAC s success is selected as a case and examined from the following thematic departures: - A discussion of the theoretical strengths of a popular-democratic perspective of civil society. - An overview of AIDS discourse, activism, and expertification. - The strategies used by the TAC to enable the participation of its membership (and HIV-positive patients) in key AIDS issues. - And, the political capacity for the continuation of AIDS-related participation in a post-TAC society. This book is addressed to students, academics and researchers in the social sciences that are interested in the political and social affairs of HIV/AIDS. 156 pp. Englisch
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ISBN (altènatif notations): 3-639-42524-3, 978-3-639-42524-6

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