Global Health Policy
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Academic Level Bachelor
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(1a) In their essay on biological citizenship, Rose and Novas (2005) argue that global events and forces have called into question older 18th, 19th and 20th century notions of citizenship as located within a single nationally bound economy within a cultural or religious unity.
Do you agree or disagree with their observation that citizenship has become biologized in the 21st century? What has changed in 21st century notions of biological citizenship as compared to earlier 18th-20th century European political debates about race, blood, nation and population ‘fitness’? Give reasons to support your answer.
(b) With examples, demonstrate how transnational actors such as pharmaceutical companies, global development institutions, interest groups, philanthropic organizations, research institutions etc. are creating an impact on national health goals.
(c) Has the role of the nation-state declined in determining and addressing national health goals? Justify your response with evidence.