Michael Rowlands

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The value of a geographical perspective to infectious disease epidemiology and control has long been recognized. However, the labour required to produce maps, and keep them up to date, has inhibited the development of this area, and very little is currently known about the spatial distribution of parasitic infections other than malaria, trypanosomiasis and(More)
Earlier studies on migration were largely dominated by the study of the determinants of migration, with economic theories being at the fore in explaining this phenomenon. Our focus instead will be on the life-cultivating practices that migrants associate with ‘home societies’ and wish to maintain in host societies. Rather than pursue the darker side of(More)
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