@JTrostchansky Deje que hable la ciencia. Usted esta politizado. Si tuviera las suficientes credenciales estaria en el #GACH, son mas de 30 científicos que asesoran a @LuisLacallePou. Le dejo un articulo donde habla de la politización de la pandemia y como
These partisan differences in public opinion correlate with observed behavioral differences. Analyses using GPS data from smartphones found that areas with more Republicans exhibited less social distancing than those with more Democrats https://t.co/Cl7Sg2
Now that you mention hurricanes, @VPrasadMDMPH , there are some radical fringe nutters who claim those occurrences are related to climate change and demand poitical action. Even among academics!
We are not far away from a world where people will find a way to polarize hurricanes and earthquakes https://t.co/YP5G9bL05Z
Love this elegant paper using computer-assisted methods to study COVID19 news. "we find that newspaper coverage is highly politicized, network news coverage somewhat less so & both...are highly polarized." #ScholarSunday @s_soroka @OMGBEARSS https://t.
"The high degree of politicization & polarization in initial #COVID19 coverage may have contributed to polarization in US COVID-19 attitudes" --> quoting politicians more than scientists in newspapers https://t.co/5jI51vcJfz by P. Sol Hart @OMGBE
While #COVID19 is not politics as usual, US newspapers politicized and polarized the initial coverage of the crisis: politicians were featured more often than scientists, find P. Sol Hart, @OMGBEARSS & @s_soroka. (rw) https://t.co/ZLpXw8LK7p
New research from P. Sol Hart, @OMGBEARSS, and @s_soroka examines the level of politicization and polarization in #COVID19 news in U.S. newspapers and tv network news from March to May 2020. https://t.co/KR8MEevMhO https://t.co/9atKJeYdlr
Great new study on COVID coverage by my former student Sol Hart and colleagues. #scicomm
Politicization and Polarization in COVID-19 News Coverage - P. Sol Hart, Sedona Chinn, Stuart Soroka, 2020 https://t.co/tPepiHqksK
Awesome, very timely.
NEW STUDY: Levels of politicization and polarization in newspaper COVID19 coverage meets or exceeds levels found in #ClimateChange news (Chinn et al., 2020). #COVID19 polarization reflected conflict between national Rep actors and state/local Dems #scicomm
Published online today! Sol Hart @s_soroka and I measured politicization and polarization in early #COVID19 newspaper and network news coverage using #textasdata tools from @so_proksch @jbslapin & @kenbenoit #quanteda https://t.co/9h8qe4GHPn https://t.