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Published on 29.05.15 in Vol 17, No 5 (2015): May

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Works citing "Vaccination Persuasion Online: A Qualitative Study of Two Provaccine and Two Vaccine-Skeptical Websites"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4153):

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  1. Groshek J, Basil M, Guo L, Parker Ward S, Farraye FA, Reich J. Media Consumption and Creation in Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Web-Based Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(12):e403
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  2. Jones J, Gouge C, Crilley M. Design principles for health wearables. Communication Design Quarterly Review 2017;5(2):40
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  3. Deiner MS, Fathy C, Kim J, Niemeyer K, Ramirez D, Ackley SF, Liu F, Lietman TM, Porco TC. Facebook and Twitter vaccine sentiment in response to measles outbreaks. Health Informatics Journal 2017;:146045821774072
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  4. Smith N, Graham T. Mapping the anti-vaccination movement on Facebook. Information, Communication & Society 2017;:1
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  5. Ward JK, Peretti-Watel P, Verger P. Vaccine criticism on the internet: Propositions for future research. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2016;:1
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  6. Tangherlini TR, Roychowdhury V, Glenn B, Crespi CM, Bandari R, Wadia A, Falahi M, Ebrahimzadeh E, Bastani R. “Mommy Blogs” and the Vaccination Exemption Narrative: Results From A Machine-Learning Approach for Story Aggregation on Parenting Social Media Sites. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e166
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  7. Frew PM, Chung Y, Fisher AK, Schamel J, Basket MM. Parental experiences with vaccine information statements: Implications for timing, delivery, and parent-provider immunization communication. Vaccine 2016;34(48):5840
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  8. Cole J, Watkins C, Kleine D. Health Advice from Internet Discussion Forums: How Bad Is Dangerous?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(1):e4
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  9. Holt D, Bouder F, Elemuwa C, Gaedicke G, Khamesipour A, Kisler B, Kochhar S, Kutalek R, Maurer W, Obermeier P, Seeber L, Trusko B, Gould S, Rath B. The importance of the patient voice in vaccination and vaccine safety—are we listening?. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 2016;22:S146
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  10. Meloncon L, Frost EA. Special issue introduction: Charting an emerging field. Communication Design Quarterly Review 2015;3(4):7
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4153)

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  1. Cole AW, Salek TA. Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. 2017. chapter 6:104
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  2. Bakke A. Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. 2017. chapter 5:85
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  3. Song MY, Abelson J. Handbook of Research on Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media. 2017. chapter 3:38
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