Stuck : how vaccine rumors start - and why they don't go away / Heidi J. Larson.
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- ISBN: 9780190077242
- ISBN: 0190077247
- Physical Description: xli, 157 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
On rumor -- Dignity and distrust -- On risk -- Volatility of opinion -- Wildfires -- Emotional contagion -- The power of belief.
Vaccine reluctance and refusal are no longer limited to the margins of society. Debates around vaccines' necessity -- along with questions around their side effects -- have gone mainstream, blending with geopolitical conflicts, political campaigns, celebrity causes, and "natural" lifestyles to win a growing number of hearts and minds. Today's anti-vaccine positions find audiences where they've never existed previously. Stuck examines how the issues surrounding vaccine hesitancy are, more than anything, about people feeling left out of the conversation. A new dialogue is long overdue, one that addresses the many types of vaccine hesitancy and the social factors that perpetuate them. To do this, Stuck provides a clear-eyed examination of the social vectors that transmit vaccine rumors, their manifestations around the globe, and how these individual threads are all connected. --Amazon.
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|Subject:||Vaccination > Public opinion.
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