Published on in Vol 16, No 11 (2014): November

An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion

An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion

An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion

Journals

  1. Rykov Y, Meylakhs P. Network Structure of an AIDS-Denialists Online Community: Identifying Core Members and the Risk Group. SSRN Electronic Journal 2016 View
  2. Rykov Y, Meylakhs P, Sinyavskaya Y. Network Structure of an AIDS-Denialist Online Community: Identifying Core Members and the Risk Group. American Behavioral Scientist 2017;61(7):688 View
  3. Chentsova‐Dutton Y, Ryder A. Cultural models of normalcy and deviancy. Asian Journal of Social Psychology 2020;23(2):187 View
  4. Bianchini C, Truccolo I, Bidoli E, Mazzocut M. Avoiding misleading information: A study of complementary medicine online information for cancer patients. Library & Information Science Research 2019;41(1):67 View
  5. Dudina V, Judina D, King E. Fears about antiretroviral therapy among users of the internet forum for people living with HIV/AIDS in Russia. AIDS Care 2017;29(2):268 View
  6. Suarez-Lledo V, Alvarez-Galvez J. Prevalence of Health Misinformation on Social Media: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e17187 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dornostup O, Suvorova A. Social Informatics. View
  2. Koltsova O, Porshnev A, Sinyavskaya Y. The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies. View