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Human behavioural factors in mosquito vector control



Human behavioural factors in mosquito vector control



Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 14(1): 86-94



The author discusses mosquito vector control as a process, considers control methods from the viewpoint of those carrying them out, briefly reviews the philosophy underlying the concept of control and describes control sectors (the composite of the human population, the mosquito vector population and the cultural-ecological setting) in broad cultural-ecological categories.

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