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The cultural construction of opposition to immunisation in India
Niels Brimnes

articulate opposition represents the exception and has largely been an elite phenomenon, it points to a least two important tensions in modern Indian society: between universal science and cultural distinctiveness and between international intervention and national integrity. The four cases analysed each provide a distinctive illustration of how immunisation and the opposition to it was culturally constructed and

in The politics of vaccination