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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

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Sissa Medialab Srl: Journal of Science Communication
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1 [GO] 2022―Jul―28 Practicing engaged research through pandemic times: do not feed the animals? Virginia Thomas, Angela Cassidy
2 [GO] 2022―May―17 “Cover your mouth and nose”: communication about health protection behaviors by role models in YouTube COVID-19 videos for children Jocelyn Steinke, Carolyn A. Lin, Tamia Duncan, Viviana Zambrano
3 [GO] 2022―Apr―21 Science communication during COVID-19: when theory meets practice and best practices meet reality Christopher D. Wirz, Ashley Cate, Markus Brauer, Dominique Brossard, Lori DiPrete Brown, Kaiping Chen, et al. (+8)
4 [GO] 2021―Dec―07 Perceptions of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work of science journalists: global perspectives Luisa Massarani, Luiz Felipe Fernandes Neves, Marta Entradas, Tim Lougheed, Martin W. Bauer
5 [GO] 2021―Nov―16 Follow the scientists? How beliefs about the practice of science shaped COVID-19 views Thomas G. Safford, Emily H. Whitmore, Lawrence C. Hamilton
6 [GO] 2021―Oct―05 Co-benefits associated with public support for climate-friendly COVID-19 recovery policies and political activism Jagadish Thaker, Brian Floyd
7 [GO] 2021―Sep―09 How do we tackle the COVID-19 crisis? Mass media and psychological responses to the health crisis in Spain María Álvarez-Rementería Álvarez, Gorka Roman Etxebarrieta, Maria Dosil Santamaria
8 [GO] 2021―Apr―08 Science in the media: the scientific community's perception of the COVID-19 media coverage in Spain Javier de Sola
9 [GO] 2021―Mar―31 The coronavirus pandemic narratives in Italian digital media Jorge Milan Fitera, Natalia Abuín-Vences, Javier Sierra Sánchez
10 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 An examination of Tunisian fact-checking resources in the context of COVID-19 Fredj Zamit, Arwa Kooli, Ikram Toumi
11 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 and (hydroxy)chloroquine: a dispute over scientific truth during Bolsonaro's weekly Facebook live streams Ana Carolina Pontalti Monari, Allan Santos, Igor Sacramento
12 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 and science communication: a JCOM special issue. Part 2 Luisa Massarani, Padraig Murphy, Rod Lamberts
13 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 crisis memes, rhetorical arena theory and multimodality Rick Pulos
14 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 in Brazil: an analysis about the consumption of information on social networks Luisa Massarani, Igor Waltz, Tatiane Leal
15 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 The COVID-19 mirror: reflecting science-society relationships across 11 countries Jennifer Metcalfe, Michelle Riedlinger, Martin W. Bauer, Anwesha Chakraborty, Toss Gascoigne, Lars Guenther, et al. (+6)
16 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 YouTube as a source of information on chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine during the COVID-19 pandemic Thales Brandi Ramos, Luciana Castilho Bokehi, Raphael Castilho Bokehi, Taynah da Silava Pinheiro, Erika Barreto de Oliveira, Renan da SilvaGianoti Torres, et al. (+3)
17 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 Toward an improved risk/crisis communication in this time of COVID-19 pandemic: a baseline study for Philippine local government units Reymund Flores, Xavier Venn Asuncion
18 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 Manga-based risk communication for the COVID-19 pandemic: a case study of storytelling that incorporates a cultural context Yasumasa Igarashi, Nozomi Mizushima, Hiromi M. Yokoyama
19 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 Spikey blobs with evil grins: understanding portrayals of the coronavirus in South African newspaper cartoons in relation to the public communication of science Marina Joubert, Herman Wasserman
20 [GO] 2020―Dec―16 “Space Plague”: an investigation into immersive theatre and narrative transportation effects in informal pandemic science education Lindsay Keith, Wyn Griffiths
21 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 China and the battle to win the scientific narrative about the origin of COVID-19 Daniel Lemus-Delgado
22 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 COVID-19 and science communication: a JCOM special issue Luisa Massarani, Padraig Murphy, Rod Lamberts
23 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 COVID-19 in the South Pacific: science communication, Facebook and ‘coconut wireless’ Vipul Khosla, Prashanth Pillay
24 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 COVID-19 infections on international celebrities: self presentation and tweeting down pandemic awareness Wishes Mututwa, Trust Matsilele
25 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 Rapid reaction: ethnographic insights into the Science Media Center and its response to the COVID-19 outbreak Irene Broer
26 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 Pharmaceutical influencers on Instagram and their communication during the Covid-19 pandemic crisis Zahaira Fabiola González Romo, Sofia Iriarte Aguirre, Irene Garcia Medina
27 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 The landscape of disinformation on health crisis communication during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ukraine: hybrid warfare tactics, fake media news and review of evidence Sonny Patel, Omar Moncayo, Kristina Conroy, Doug Jordan, Timothy Erickson
28 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 COVID-19: a metaphor-based neologism and its translation into Arabic Amal Haddad Haddad, Silvia Montero-Martinez
29 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 Liberalists and data-solutionists: redefining expertise in Twitter debates on coronavirus in Finland Esa Valiverronen, Salla-Maaria Laaksonen, Mikko Jauho, Piia Jallinoja
30 [GO] 2020―Oct―05 Science communication for the Deaf in the pandemic period: absences and pursuit of information Alexandre G. Silva, Tiago Batista, Felipe Giraud, Andrea Giraud, Flavio Eduardo Pinto-Silva, Julia Barral, et al. (+2)

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