Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor

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Description: The second part of the book, titled "One Physician's Perspective on Human Rights," expands the discussion of the role of structural violence to issues of health care. In order to take stock of a situation and develop strategies for change, Farmer advocates for a process of observe, judge, and act, drawn from liberation theology.2 This methodology has allowed grassroots community movements in Latin America to analyze their situation and develop strategies for change and has been useful in promoting health throughout Brazil, Guatemala, El Salvador, rural Mexico, and Haiti.
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