Yayınevi: Cornell University Press
Yayın tarihi: 10/2019
Ciltli | İngilizce | 258 Sayfa | 16,40 x 24,00 x 2,50 cm.
"By challenging the conventional understanding of the celebrated 'Chinese model' of public health, Mass Vaccination succeeds brilliantly in revealing how the Chinese state developed a stunning capability to protect, as well as to control, life."(Sean Hsiang-Lin Lei, Academia Sinica, author of Neither Donkey nor Horse)
"Well-written and impressively researched, Mass Vaccination will engage scholars of modern Chinese history, history of science and medicine, and global health. It also offers a unique perspective on the history of the PRC and the role of 'medical diplomacy' in its international engagements during the 1960s and '70s."(Daniel Asen, Rutgers University–Newark, author of Death in Beijing)