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e-Book Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma download

e-Book Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma download

by Judith Richell

ISBN: 8791114705
ISBN13: 978-8791114700
Language: English
Publisher: NIAS Press; 1st edition (March 9, 2007)
Pages: 350
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Numbering the people - Birth rates and death rates in colonial Burma - Infant mortality - The family and childhood in colonial Burma - Adult morbidity and mortality and .

Numbering the people - Birth rates and death rates in colonial Burma - Infant mortality - The family and childhood in colonial Burma - Adult morbidity and mortality and the development of public health in Burma - The determinants of mortality : nutrition and malaria in colonial Burma. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station51. cebu on January 8, 2020.

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Judith Richell developed a demographic framework for Burma by analysing late nineteenth century and early 20th century census data, and used this information to analyse population change within the country. Colonial Burma experienced relatively high rates of mortality, and Richell related this phenomenon to nutrition, the development of sanitary and health services, the impact of migration from India, and agricultural change

Judith L. Richell, Disease and Demography in Colonial. Richell’s book undertakes an historical demography of life during

Judith L. Burma, National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2006, 327pp. IBSN: 9971-69-301-1. Richell’s book undertakes an historical demography of life during. Burma’s British colonial rule, between 1852 and 1941, when the country was a part of. the Indian Empire.

Start by marking Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma as Want to Read . This study examines population trends in Burma during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, looking in particular at public health and the epidemiology of disease.

Start by marking Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In developing this material, the author also presents a wide-ranging social history of modern Burma, relating the history of particular diseases to cultural beliefs and practices, as well as population movemen This study examines population trends in Burma during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, looking in particular at public health and the epidemiology of disease.

Judith Richell developed a demographic framework for Burma by analysing late nineteenth century and early twentieth century census data, and used this information to analyse population change within the country. Colonial Burma experienced relatively high rates of mortality, and Richell related this phenomenon to nutrition, the development of sanitary and health services, the impact of migration from India, and agricultural change

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By Judith L. Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma is an examination of the factors that shaped demographic change in Burma between 1852 and 1941. Despite increasing contemporary interest in the historical demography of the non-European world, there has been little detailed exploration of Burma's extensive but problematic population records. Judith Richell developed a demographic framework for Burma by analysing late nineteenth century and early 20th century census data, and used this information to analyse population change within the country.

Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma is an examination of the factors that shaped demographic change in Burma between 1852 and 1941.

This dissertation does not view the colonial vaccination project as a medical failure, for medical technical problems were gradually resolved over time.

Disease and Demography in Colonial Burma is an examination of the factors that shaped demographic change in Burma between 1852 and 1941. Despite increasing contemporary interest in the historical demography of the non-European world, there has been little detailed exploration of Burma’s extensive but problematic population records. Judith Richell developed a demographic framework for Burma by analysing late nineteenth century and early 20th century census data, and used this information to analyse population change within the country. Colonial Burma experienced relatively high rates of mortality, and Richell related this phenomenon to nutrition, the development of sanitary and health services, the impact of migration from India, and agricultural change. She also assessed infant, child and adult mortality, the incidence of endemic diseases such as beri beri and malaria, and outbreaks of plague and cholera as well as the influenza pandemic of 1918. The data the author collected and her discussion of these topics provide an exceptionally valuable resource for scholars interested in Burma, demography and public health in Southeast Asia.
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