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Brown, Karen, 1964-
Mad dogs and meerkats : a history of resurgent rabies in southern Africa / Karen Brown
Alternate Title History of resurgent rabies in southern Africa
Athens : Ohio University Press, c2011
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 4th Floor  RA644.R3 B76 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Rabies -- Africa, Southern -- History -- 19th century
Rabies -- Africa, Southern -- History -- 20th century
Rabies -- Africa, Southern -- History -- 21st century
Rabies -- Africa, Southern -- Epidemiology
Feral dogs -- Africa, Southern
Canidae -- Africa, Southern
Animals as carriers of disease -- Africa, Southern
Herpestidae -- Africa, Southern
Physical Description xiv, 234 p. : maps ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references(p. [217]-230) and index
Summary "In Mad Dogs and Meerkats, Karen Brown links the increase of rabies in Southern Africa to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Her study shows that the most afflicted regions of South Africa have seen a dangerous rise in feral dog populations as people lack the education, means, or will to care for their pets or take them to inoculation centers. Ineffective disease control, which in part depends on management policies in neighboring states, has exacerbated the problem. The book traces the history of rabies in South Africa and neighboring states from 1800 to the present and shows how environmental and economic changes brought about by European colonialism and global trade have had long-term effects"--Provided by publisher
Series Ohio University Press series in ecology and history

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