6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management. / Ripoll, Santiago; Cole, Jennifer; Tulloch, Olivia ; Schimdt-Sane, Megan ; Hrynick, Tabitha.

5 p. Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform. 2021, SSHAP Brief.

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6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management. / Ripoll, Santiago; Cole, Jennifer; Tulloch, Olivia ; Schimdt-Sane, Megan ; Hrynick, Tabitha.

5 p. Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform. 2021, SSHAP Brief.

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Ripoll S, Cole J, Tulloch O, Schimdt-Sane M, Hrynick T. 6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management. 2021. 5 p.

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Ripoll, Santiago ; Cole, Jennifer ; Tulloch, Olivia ; Schimdt-Sane, Megan ; Hrynick, Tabitha. / 6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management. 2021. Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform. 5 p.

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