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

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

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

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

Journals

  1. Smith N, Graham T. Mapping the anti-vaccination movement on Facebook. Information, Communication & Society 2019;22(9):1310 View
  2. Yuan X, Schuchard R, Crooks A. Examining Emergent Communities and Social Bots Within the Polarized Online Vaccination Debate in Twitter. Social Media + Society 2019;5(3):205630511986546 View
  3. 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 View
  4. Deiner M, Fathy C, Kim J, Niemeyer K, Ramirez D, Ackley S, Liu F, Lietman T, Porco T. Facebook and Twitter vaccine sentiment in response to measles outbreaks. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(3):1116 View
  5. Vanderslott S. Exploring the meaning of pro-vaccine activism across two countries. Social Science & Medicine 2019;222:59 View
  6. Peretti-Watel P, Ward J, Lutaud R, Seror V. Lyme disease: Insight from social sciences. Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses 2019;49(2):133 View
  7. Jones J, Gouge C, Crilley M. Design principles for health wearables. Communication Design Quarterly 2017;5(2):40 View
  8. Frew P, Chung Y, Fisher A, Schamel J, Basket M. Parental experiences with vaccine information statements: Implications for timing, delivery, and parent-provider immunization communication. Vaccine 2016;34(48):5840 View
  9. Vivion M, Hennequin C, Verger P, Dubé E. Supporting informed decision-making about vaccination: an analysis of two official websites. Public Health 2020;178:112 View
  10. Ward J, Peretti-Watel P, Verger P. Vaccine criticism on the internet: Propositions for future research. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2016:1 View
  11. Groshek J, Basil M, Guo L, Parker Ward S, Farraye F, 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 View
  12. Douglas K, Uscinski J, Sutton R, Cichocka A, Nefes T, Ang C, Deravi F. Understanding Conspiracy Theories. Political Psychology 2019;40(S1):3 View
  13. O'Leary S, Narwaney K, Wagner N, Kraus C, Omer S, Glanz J. Efficacy of a Web-Based Intervention to Increase Uptake of Maternal Vaccines: An RCT. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2019;57(4):e125 View
  14. Wang Y, McKee M, Torbica A, Stuckler D. Systematic Literature Review on the Spread of Health-related Misinformation on Social Media. Social Science & Medicine 2019;240:112552 View
  15. Melovic B, Jaksic Stojanovic A, Vulic T, Dudic B, Benova E. The Impact of Online Media on Parents’ Attitudes toward Vaccination of Children—Social Marketing and Public Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(16):5816 View
  16. Lander D, Ragusa A. ‘A rational solution to a different problem’; understanding the verisimilitude of anti-vaccination communication. Communication Research and Practice 2021;7(1):89 View
  17. 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 View
  18. Meloncon L, Frost E. Special issue introduction: Charting an emerging field. Communication Design Quarterly 2015;3(4):7 View
  19. Trevors G, Kendeou P. The Effects of Positive and Negative Emotions on Knowledge Revision. SSRN Electronic Journal 2018 View
  20. Shoup J, Narwaney K, Wagner N, Kraus C, Gleason K, Albright K, Glanz J. Social Media Vaccine Websites: A Comparative Analysis of Public and Moderated Websites. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(3):454 View
  21. Abdi I, Murphy B, Seale H. Evaluating the health literacy demand and cultural appropriateness of online immunisation information available to refugee and migrant communities in Australia. Vaccine 2020;38(41):6410 View
  22. Steffens M, Dunn A, Wiley K, Leask J. How organisations promoting vaccination respond to misinformation on social media: a qualitative investigation. BMC Public Health 2019;19(1) View
  23. Smaldone F, Ippolito A, Ruberto M. The shadows know me: Exploring the dark side of social media in the healthcare field. European Management Journal 2020;38(1):19 View
  24. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Okada H, Ueno H, Kiuchi T. Dual-process theories to counter the anti-vaccination movement. Preventive Medicine Reports 2020;20:101205 View
  25. Tangherlini T, Roychowdhury V, Glenn B, Crespi C, 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 View
  26. Gallagher J, Lawrence H. Rhetorical Appeals and Tactics in New York Times Comments About Vaccines: Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e19504 View
  27. Panchal R, Jack A. The contagiousness of memes: containing the spread of COVID-19 conspiracy theories in a forensic psychiatric hospital. BJPsych Bulletin 2022;46(1):36 View
  28. Lobo E, Frølich A, Kensing F, Rasmussen L, Livingston P, Grundy J, Abdelrazek M. mHealth applications to support caregiver needs and engagement during stroke recovery: A content review. Research in Nursing & Health 2021;44(1):213 View
  29. Bonnevie E, Goldbarg J, Gallegos-Jeffrey A, Rosenberg S, Wartella E, Smyser J. Content Themes and Influential Voices Within Vaccine Opposition on Twitter, 2019. American Journal of Public Health 2020;110(S3):S326 View
  30. Bonnevie E, Goldbarg J, Gallegos-Jeffry A, Rosenberg S, Wartella E, Smyser J. Temas de contenido y voces influyentes dentro de la oposición a las vacunas en Twitter, 2019. Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública 2021;45:1 View
  31. Lama Y, Nan X, Quinn S. General and health-related social media use among adults with children in the household: Findings from a national survey in the United States. Patient Education and Counseling 2022;105(3):647 View
  32. Dow B, Johnson A, Wang C, Whitson J, Menon T. The COVID‐19 pandemic and the search for structure: Social media and conspiracy theories. Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2021;15(9) View
  33. Elisha E, Guetzkow J, Shir-Raz Y, Ronel N. Going against the flow: Motivations of professionals with critical views on vaccination. Temida 2022;25(2):155 View
  34. Fuss T, Devera J, Pierre-Joseph N, Perkins R. Attitudes and Communication Preferences for Vaccines among Pregnant Women Receiving Care at a Safety-net Hospital. Women's Health Issues 2022;32(1):67 View
  35. Campeau K. Unofficial Vaccine Advocates: Technical Communication, Localization, and Care by COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Participants. Technical Communication Quarterly 2023;32(2):149 View
  36. Glanz J, Wagner N, Narwaney K, Kraus C, Shoup J, Xu S, O’Leary S, Omer S, Gleason K, Daley M. Web-based Social Media Intervention to Increase Vaccine Acceptance: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Pediatrics 2017;140(6) View
  37. Campeau K. Vaccination Double Bind: A Study of Pregnancy and COVID-19 Vaccine Decision-Making. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 2022;52(5):494 View
  38. Greve H, Rao H, Vicinanza P, Zhou E. Online Conspiracy Groups: Micro-Bloggers, Bots, and Coronavirus Conspiracy Talk on Twitter. American Sociological Review 2022;87(6):919 View
  39. Garett R, Young S. Online misinformation and vaccine hesitancy. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2021;11(12):2194 View
  40. Vignoli R, Silva R, Maran M, Vitoriano M. Movimento antivacina e hesitação vacinal na COVID-19: reflexões e percepções para a Ciência da Informação. Informação & Informação 2022;27(1):457 View
  41. Lutaud R, Verger P, Peretti-Watel P, Eldin C. When the patient is making the (wrong?) diagnosis: a biographical approach to patients consulting for presumed Lyme disease. Family Practice 2022 View
  42. Ollivier-Yaniv C. « La vaccination, ça se discute ? » Le rapport sur la politique vaccinale, espace polyphonique inédit. Mots 2017;(114):117 View
  43. Karafillakis E, Peretti-Watel P, Verger P, Chantler T, Larson H. ‘I trust them because my mum trusts them’: Exploring the role of trust in HPV vaccination decision-making among adolescent girls and their mothers in France. Vaccine 2022;40(8):1090 View
  44. Schlette A, van Prooijen J, Blokland A, Thijs F. The online structure and development of posting behaviour in Dutch anti-vaccination groups on Telegram. New Media & Society 2022:146144482211284 View
  45. Gabis L, Attia O, Goldman M, Barak N, Tefera P, Shefer S, Shaham M, Lerman-Sagie T. The myth of vaccination and autism spectrum. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 2022;36:151 View
  46. Saini V, Liang L, Yang Y, Le H, Wu C. The Association Between Dissemination and Characteristics of Pro-/Anti-COVID-19 Vaccine Messages on Twitter: Application of the Elaboration Likelihood Model. JMIR Infodemiology 2022;2(1):e37077 View
  47. Peng R, Wang R. The infinity vaccine war: linguistic regularities and audience engagement of vaccine debate on Twitter. Online Information Review 2024;48(1):84 View
  48. Fasce A, Schmid P, Holford D, Bates L, Gurevych I, Lewandowsky S. A taxonomy of anti-vaccination arguments from a systematic literature review and text modelling. Nature Human Behaviour 2023;7(9):1462 View
  49. Wolfe C, Gao H, Wu J, Wang Y, Marroquín J, Brace W. Written Arguments About Vaccination: Experimental Studies in the United States and China. Written Communication 2023;40(4):1218 View
  50. Dubé E, Trottier M, Gagnon D, Bettinger J, Greyson D, Graham J, MacDonald N, MacDonald S, Meyer S, Witteman H, Driedger S, Amnie A. Exploring parents’ views of the use of narratives to promote childhood vaccination online. PLOS ONE 2023;18(7):e0284107 View
  51. Popescu-Sarry D. Post-Truth is Misplaced Distrust in Testimony, Not Indifference to Facts: Implications for Deliberative Remedies. Political Studies 2023 View
  52. Kopsco H, Krell R, Mather T, Connally N. Identifying Trusted Sources of Lyme Disease Prevention Information Among Internet Users Connected to Academic Public Health Resources: Internet-Based Survey Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e43516 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Song M, Abelson J. Handbook of Research on Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media. View
  2. Bakke A. Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. View
  3. Song M. Using New Media for Citizen Engagement and Participation. View
  4. Cole A, Salek T. Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. View
  5. Song M, Abelson J. Healthcare Policy and Reform. View
  6. Greyson D. Communication and Health. View