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Understanding how news works can short-circuit the connection between social media use and vaccine hesitancy

By Muhammad E. Rasul, Doctoral Student and Provost's Research Fellow, University of California, Davis
Jaeho Cho, Professor of Communication, University of California, Davis
Saifuddin Ahmed, Assistant Professor of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University
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Researchers identified a connection between low levels of media literacy and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in people who consume their news via social media.The Conversation


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