Science, public health, and the state in modern Asia

  • Bu, Liping , Stapleton, Darwin H. , Yip, Ka-Che
  • 2012
Science, public health, and the state in modern Asia

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Table of Content

1. Introduction / Liping Bu and Ka-che Yip
2. Science, Culture, and Disease Control in Colonial Hong Kong / Ka-che Yip
3. Public Health in Prewar Singapore: The Development of Hospital Services and Medical Education / Law Yuen Han
4. Hygiene and Decolonization: The Rockefeller Foundation and Indonesian Nationalism, 1933-1958 / Eric Andrew Stein
5. The Alma-Ata Declaration, Rockefeller Foundation and the Development of Primary Health Care in Sri Lanka: A Model for Health Promotion / Soma Hewa
6. "Removing the Obstacles to Public Health Work": Rockefeller Initiatives in Public Health in China and Japan and its Effects, 1925-1950 / Darwin Stapleton
7. From Race Biology to Population Control: The Rockefeller Foundation''s "Public Health" Projects in Japan, 1920s-1950s / Aiko Takeuchi-Demirci
8. Beijing First Health Station: Innovative Public Health Education and Influence on China''s Health Profession / Liping Bu
9. Between the State and the Private Sphere: The Chinese State Medicine Movement, 1930-1949 / Xi Gao
10. From Japanese Colonial Medicine to American-Standard Medicine in Taiwan: A Case Study of the Transition in the Medical Profession and Practices in East Asia / Michael Shiyung Liu
11. In Republican China, Public Health by Whom, for Whom? / Bridie Andrews
12. Conclusion