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    • Tackling misinformation: What researchers could do with social media data 

      Pasquetto, Irene V.; Swire-Thompson, Briony; Amazeen, Michelle A.; Benevenuto, Fabrício; Brashier, Nadia M.; Bond, Robert M.; Bozarth, Lia C.; Budak, Ceren; Ecker, Ullrich K. H.; Fazio, Lisa K.; Ferrara, Emilio; Flanagin, Andrew J.; Flammini, Alessandro; Freelon, Deen; Grinberg, Nir; Hertwig, Ralph; Jamieson, Kathleen Hall; Joseph, Kenneth; Jones, Jason J.; Garrett, R. Kelly; Kreiss, Daniel; McGregor, Shannon; McNealy, Jasmine; Margolin, Drew; Marwick, Alice; Menczer, FiIippo; Metzger, Miriam J.; Nah, Seungahn; Lewandowsky, Stephan; Lorenz-Spreen, Philipp; Ortellado, Pablo; Pennycook, Gordon; Porter, Ethan; Rand, David G.; Robertson, Ronald E.; Tripodi, Francesca; Vosoughi, Soroush; Vargo, Chris; Varol, Onur; Weeks, Brian E.; Wihbey, John; Wood, Thomas J.; Yang, Kai-Cheng (Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics and Public Policy, at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 2020-12)
    • Using misinformation as a political weapon: COVID-19 and Bolsonaro in Brazil 

      Ricard, Julie; Medeiros, Juliano (Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics, and Public Policy, 2020)
      With over 30,000 confirmed cases, Brazil is currently the country most affected by COVID-19 in Latin America, and ranked 12th worldwide. Despite all evidence, a strong rhetoric undermining risks associated to COVID-19 has ...