S.A.R.S. Epidemic in China Research Paper by The Research Group

S.A.R.S. Epidemic in China
This paper discusses the political effects of the S.A.R.S. epidemic on China.
# 74509 | 4,950 words | 17 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Medical and Health (General) , Political Science (General)

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In this article, the short and long term political effects of the S.A.R.S. (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic on China are examined. The writer discusses the effects of the epidemic in Asia and looks in particular at China. The writer examines the Chinese Government's attempt to conceal the epidemic and looks at how the cover-up failed.

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"The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (S.A.R.S.) swept through Asia in wreaking human devastation in its wake and affecting the lives of millions of people. As the S.A.R.S. epidemic fades into memory in the West, Asian countries continue to grapple with its legacy. Nowhere is this fact truer than in China, whose initial attempts to conceal the epidemic may well have contributed to its far-flung reach. The government's inability to maintain the cover-up, it's very public purge of officials and the subsequent opening of the media that occurred were ... "

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