Epidemiology and ethics: the perspective of the Third World
Community Health Sciences
The relation of epidemiology and ethics is discussed from a Third World perspective, including the following issues: the structure and dynamics of a Third World Society; the nature of the relationship between the First World "islanders" in the Third World and their counterparts in the First World, and between the "islanders" and their fellow citizens; the inner dynamics of Third World researchers; the different knowledge systems; and the role of institutions in the Third World and the First World.
Journal of Public Health Policy
Khan, K. S.
(1994). Epidemiology and ethics: the perspective of the Third World. Journal of Public Health Policy, 15(2), 218-225.
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