Mobile Patients, Static Response: (Mis)managing well-being amidst South Africa's dual epidemic
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CitationSaltzman, Amy Beth. 2013. Mobile Patients, Static Response: (Mis)managing well-being amidst South Africa's dual epidemic. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractDrawing from medical anthropology's approach to global health, this dissertation examines well-being among HIV- and TB-infected labor migrants in South Africa. Based on forty-four months of fieldwork from 2005 to 2013, it narrates households' struggles to make ends meet materially and morally in a context of unemployment, scarcity, and epidemic.
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