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Mask wearing wasn't disputed in previous crises – so why is it so hotly contested today?

By Nathan Abrams, Professor of Film Studies, Bangor University
Anaïs Augé, Assistant Researcher at the School of Arts, Culture and Language, Bangor University
Maciej Nowakowski, Research Assistant in Media Communications and Critical Discourse Analysis, Bangor University
Thora Tenbrink, Professor of Linguistics, Bangor University
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Across western countries, people are polarised over wearing masks. While some support wearing them as an effective counter to the virus, others believe having to mask up is a

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