Contents
in The politics of vaccination

Contents

List of figures and tables
page vii
List of contributors
ix
Acknowledgements
xiv
Introduction
1
Paul Greenough, Stuart Blume and Christine Holmberg
Part I:
Vaccination and national identity
17
1
The uneasy politics of epidemic aid: the CDC's mission to Cold War East Pakistan, 1958
19
Paul Greenough
2
Fallacy, sacrilege, betrayal and conspiracy: the cultural construction of opposition to immunisation in India
51
Niels Brimnes
3
Vaccination and the communist state: polio in Eastern Europe
77
Dora Vargha
4
‘A vaccine for the nation’: South Korea's development of a hepatitis B vaccine and national prevention strategy focused on newborns
99
Eun Kyung Choi and Young-Gyung Paik
Part II:
Nationality, vaccine production and the end of sovereign manufacture
119
5
Vaccine production, national security anxieties and the unstable state in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Mexico
121
Ana María Carrillo
6
The erosion of public sector vaccine production: the case of the Netherlands
148
Stuart Blume
7
Yellow fever vaccine in Brazil: fighting a tropical scourge, modernising the nation
174
Jaime Benchimol
8
A distinctive nation: vaccine policy and production in Japan
209
Julia Yongue
Part III:
Vaccination, the individual and society
237
9
The MMR debate in the United Kingdom: vaccine scares, statesmanship and the media
239
Andrea Stöckl and Anna Smajdor
10
Pandemic flus and vaccination policies in Sweden
260
Britta Lundgren and Martin Holmberg
11
Polio vaccination, political authority and the Nigerian state
288
Elisha P. Renne
Afterword
319
12
The power of individuals and the dependency of nations in global eradication and immunisation campaigns
321
William Muraskin
Index
337

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