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Grassroots Bureaucracy: Intergovernmental Relations and Popular Mobilization in Brazil’s AIDS Policy Sector

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Data for “Grassroots Bureaucracy: Intergovernmental Relations and Popular Mobilization in Brazil’s AIDS Policy Sector,” Latin American Politics and Society 55:2 (Summer 2013): 1-25

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Rich, Jessica. (2015) Data for: “Grassroots Bureaucracy: Intergovernmental Relations and Popular Mobilization in Brazil's AIDS Policy Sector.” 2013. Latin American Politics and Society, 55 (2): 1-25. Active Citation Compilation, QDR:10066. Syracuse, NY: Qualitative Data Repository [distributor]. http://doi.org/10.5064/F6SF2T3N

PID QDR:10066 project
Geography Brazil, Latin America
Topic AIDS policy, bureaucracy, federalism, nongovernmental organizations, social movements, social policy, state-society relations
Creator Jessica Rich
Collection Type Active Citation compilation
Version Original (Pilot Project)
Date 2007-01-01 to 2010-05-31
Temporal Coverage 1983-01-01 to 2010-12-31
Language English, Portuguese
Rights

The interview data are somewhat personal, including individual histories of HIV and activism, and stories of recent political disputes. Although the author obtained signed release forms for most interviews, and might in the future anonymize the data, currently none of the interview materials are shared as part of this project.

The text of the original article is used with permission by the journal publisher.

Publisher Qualitative Data Repository
DOI 10.5064/F6SF2T3N
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