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„Schädliche Informationen“ – Ursachen und Folgen einer Infodemie

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COVID-19 und Psychologie

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Zusammenfassend werden die Begriffe Infodemie und Infodemiologie dargestellt, wobei die Betrachtung der Ursachen und Folgen den Schwerpunkt bilden.

“We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic” WHO Generaldirektor Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (2020)

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Haas, J.G. (2020). „Schädliche Informationen“ – Ursachen und Folgen einer Infodemie. In: COVID-19 und Psychologie. essentials. Springer, Wiesbaden.

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