Modeling Vaccine Confidence Interventions for Marginalized Migrant Communities: A Mixed Method Approach to Leveraging Social Media Narratives
Modeling Vaccine Confidence Interventions
This study investigated COVID-19 vaccination discussions on Facebook among Hispanic communities in the United States and used findings to create and validate messages promoting vaccine confidence through an online survey. The researchers selected Hispanic communities in the United States as the study population due to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 among migrant populations and the lack of research on vaccine confidence among these populations. The researchers found that reasons for vaccinating included collective well-being of their communities and the desire to return to normal social gatherings.
Assessing Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy, Confidence and Public Engagement
This study examined activity on Twitter and Sina Weibo in June and July 2020 to assess COVID-19 vaccine confidence and hesitancy among social media users in five cities.
Building Covid-19 Vaccine Confidence through Social Media Behavior Change Campaigns
This webinar combined experts from Facebook, PSI, CARE, UNICEF and Ministries of Health to brainstorm methods of combatting vaccine misinformation and hesitancy online.
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