Towards the beginning of the paper, please add a paragraph describing How was the Chinese government at the time in general (Communist Republic of China) and their policies.
Please show the progression of the role of the Chinese Government over time from 1960s-Today.
– How does it spread?
o Sex workers, sharing needles, doctors re-using needles
– What type of policies did the Chinese government institute to prevent the spread of the disease?
o Examples such as providing one-time use needles, education, programs, medical research
o Crackdown on illegal blood-testing which causes people to lose their jobs or fear being tested and treated.
– How much money has the People’s Republic of China put in into vaccinating the population?
o One source is from the Gavi (The Vaccine Alliance) Organization which provides free vaccines to hospitals
o China’s Ministry of Health laws
– How much money they put into medical research or what medical research in China is there?
– What are the laws that the Chinese Government put into place to prevent the disease and how did it develop over time?
The attached Research Proposal has more information regarding the topic. Specifically please look at the research question because there are multiple questions to be answered. Please include sources from JSTOR, NCBI, Gale Virtual Library, and other academic scholarly sources. Feel free to go beyond the given sources from the attached Research Proposal.
The Paper should include:
1. Title (main and subtitles)
2. Introduction (roadmap of the paper): topic/scope and thesis statement
3. Main text: arguments and evidences; minding the relevance between each paragraph, in relation with the whole argument; transitional terms; one idea in one paragraph
4. Scholarship: in order to emphasize the significance of the paper. The last paragraph before the conclusion, please argue for the third trend of scholarship (reciprocal trend of scholarship), I have attached the notes for what the the reciprocal trend of scholarship is in 2 paragraphs. Please relate it to what you have written throughout the paper.