Key considerations: online information, mis- and disinformation in the context of COVID-19. / Butler, Nadia; Cole, Jennifer.

Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform, 2020. 8 p. (Social Science in Humanitarian Action ).

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Key considerations: online information, mis- and disinformation in the context of COVID-19. / Butler, Nadia; Cole, Jennifer.

Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform, 2020. 8 p. (Social Science in Humanitarian Action ).

Research output: Book/ReportOther report

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Butler N, Cole J. Key considerations: online information, mis- and disinformation in the context of COVID-19. Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform, 2020. 8 p. (Social Science in Humanitarian Action ).

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Butler, Nadia ; Cole, Jennifer. / Key considerations: online information, mis- and disinformation in the context of COVID-19. Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform, 2020. 8 p. (Social Science in Humanitarian Action ).

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