How Misinformation Research Can Mask Relationship Gaps that Undermine Public Health Response.

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2022-03

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10.1177/08901171211070951

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Calac, Alec J, and Brian G Southwell (2022). How Misinformation Research Can Mask Relationship Gaps that Undermine Public Health Response. American journal of health promotion : AJHP, 36(3). pp. 561–563. 10.1177/08901171211070951 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/25075.

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Brian Glen Southwell

Adjunct Professor in the Department of Medicine

Dr. Brian Southwell is an adjunct professor with Duke's Department of Medicine and also has worked with the Social Science Research Institute and the Energy Initiative. Southwell directs the Science in the Public Sphere program at RTI International and also is a faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill. He hosts The Measure of Everyday Life, a weekly public radio show, is the author of Social Networks and Popular Understanding of Science and Health (Johns Hopkins University Press), and edited Innovations in Home Energy Use: A Sourcebook (RTI Press) and Misinformation and Mass Audiences (University of Texas Press).


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