Published on in Vol 22, No 8 (2020): August

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21360, first published .
Grappling With the COVID-19 Health Crisis: Content Analysis of Communication Strategies and Their Effects on Public Engagement on Social Media

Grappling With the COVID-19 Health Crisis: Content Analysis of Communication Strategies and Their Effects on Public Engagement on Social Media

Grappling With the COVID-19 Health Crisis: Content Analysis of Communication Strategies and Their Effects on Public Engagement on Social Media

Journals

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  12. Masngut N, Mohamad E. Association Between Public Opinion and Malaysian Government Communication Strategies About the COVID-19 Crisis: Content Analysis of Image Repair Strategies in Social Media. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(8):e28074 View
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  17. Jacobson J, Hodson J, Mittelman R. Pup-ularity contest: The advertising practices of popular animal influencers on Instagram. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2022;174:121226 View
  18. Zhang W, Yuan H, Zhu C, Chen Q, Evans R. Does Citizen Engagement With Government Social Media Accounts Differ During the Different Stages of Public Health Crises? An Empirical Examination of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  19. Alotaibi K, Alotiby A. Most Common Social Media Platforms in Saudi Arabia for Sharing COVID-19 Medical Information. Saudi Journal of Health Systems Research 2022;2(2):78 View
  20. Ngai C, Singh R, Yao L. Impact of COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation on Social Media Virality: Content Analysis of Message Themes and Writing Strategies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(7):e37806 View
  21. Yao L, Ngai C. Engaging social media users with attitudinal messages during health crisis communication. Lingua 2022;268:103199 View
  22. Hart J, Summer A, Yadav K, Peace S, Hong D, Konu M, Clapp J. Content and Communication of Inpatient Family Visitation Policies During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Sequential Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(9):e28897 View
  23. Eum N, Kim S. The Role of Information and Communications Technology Policies and Infrastructure in Curbing the Spread of the Novel Coronavirus: Cross-country Comparative Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2022;8(1):e31066 View
  24. Yang B, Li Y, Yan K, Choi Y, Bennett-Jones B. Analyzing U.S. State Governments’ COVID-19 Homepages during the Initial Lockdown in March and April 2020: Information Content and Interactivity. Health Communication 2023;38(7):1327 View
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  27. Kelp N, Witt J, Sivakumar G. To Vaccinate or Not? The Role Played by Uncertainty Communication on Public Understanding and Behavior Regarding COVID-19. Science Communication 2022;44(2):223 View
  28. Mu R, Wang Y, Song H. How does technological system design affect value creation? A systematic literature review of digital co-production. Global Public Policy and Governance 2022;2(4):400 View
  29. Su Z, Zhang H, McDonnell D, Ahmad J, Cheshmehzangi A, Yuan C. Crisis communication strategies for health officials. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  30. Hesse A, Niederle F, Schön L, Stautz D. Consumer responses to brand communications involving COVID-19. Journal of Marketing Management 2021;37(17-18):1783 View
  31. Gan C, Feng S, Feng H, Fu K, Davies S, Grépin K, Morgan R, Smith J, Wenham C. #WuhanDiary and #WuhanLockdown: gendered posting patterns and behaviours on Weibo during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ Global Health 2022;7(4):e008149 View
  32. Sing Bik Ngai C, Yao L, Gill Singh R. A comparative analysis of the U.S. and China’s mainstream news media framing of coping strategies and emotions in the reporting of COVID-19 outbreak on social media. Discourse & Communication 2022;16(5):572 View
  33. Ngai C, Singh R, Lu W, Yao L, Koon A. Exploring the Relationship Between Trust-Building Strategies and Public Engagement on Social Media During the COVID-19 Outbreak. Health Communication 2023;38(10):2141 View
  34. Zhao X, Wang X. Dynamics of Networked Framing: Automated Frame Analysis of Government Media and the Public on Weibo With Pandemic Big Data. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2023;100(1):100 View
  35. Huang X, Wang S, Zhang M, Hu T, Hohl A, She B, Gong X, Li J, Liu X, Gruebner O, Liu R, Li X, Liu Z, Ye X, Li Z. Social media mining under the COVID-19 context: Progress, challenges, and opportunities. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 2022;113:102967 View
  36. Xu J, Guo D, Xu J, Luo C. How Do Multiple Actors Conduct Science Communication About Omicron on Weibo: A Mixed-Method Study. Media and Communication 2023;11(1):306 View
  37. Guo Y, Hou Y, Xiang H, Chen L. “Help Us!”: a content analysis of COVID-19 help-seeking posts on Weibo during the first lockdown. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View
  38. Yin M, Chen S, Pan X, Lu C, Lin X, Wang M, Ni J. Effects of Chinese provincial CDCs WeChat official account article features on user engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Global Health 2023;13 View
  39. Bajouk H, Ferré-Pavia C. Government Social Media Engagement and Health Perceptions During the COVID-19 Crisis: A Cross-Sectional Study. International Journal of Strategic Communication 2023;17(5):457 View
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  41. Schwarz A, Alpers F, Wagner-Olfermann E, Diers-Lawson A. The Global Study of COVID News: Scope, Findings, and Implications of Quantitative Content Analyses of the COVID-19 News Coverage in the First Two Years of the Pandemic. Health Communication 2023:1 View
  42. Gu D, Liu H, Zhao H, Yang X, Li M, Liang C. A deep learning and clustering‐based topic consistency modeling framework for matching health information supply and demand. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2024;75(2):152 View
  43. Kleer N, Kunz R. The impact of company-generated posts with crisis-related content on online engagement behavior. Journal of Business Research 2023;164:114021 View
  44. Li Y, Sheng D. Determinants of public emergency information dissemination on social networks: A meta-analysis. Computers in Human Behavior 2024;152:108055 View
  45. Alnagar A, Elhadi Y, Abuyadek R, Quoritem M, Majid R, Ghitani S, Omar A, Arafat M, Foula M, Shaaban R. Revolutionizing Healthcare in the COVID-19 Era: Physicians Are Successfully Embracing Social Media to Replace Traditional Face-to-face Contact. SN Comprehensive Clinical Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  46. Feifei F, Thompson R. Analyzing metaphor patterns in COVID-19 news pictures: A critical study in China. PLOS ONE 2024;19(2):e0297336 View
  47. Zhang X. Parsing the Interactive Construction of Crisis Memory on Social Media: From a Memory-Agenda Perspective. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 2024:1 View
  48. Mohamadpour F, Groot G, Askarian A, Askarian M. Text analysis of billboards and infographic graphics advertising COVID-19 on promoting preventive behaviors and taking vaccination against the coronavirus pandemic and investigating the opinions of the Iranian adult population. BMC Public Health 2024;24(1) View
  49. Mohamadpour F, Askarian A, Askarian M. Picture analysis of billboards and infographic graphics advertising COVID-19 on promoting preventive behaviors and taking vaccination against the Coronavirus disease pandemic. Scientific Reports 2024;14(1) View
  50. Cheung L, Lau A, Lam K, Ng P. A Review of Environmental Factors for an Ontology-Based Risk Analysis for Pandemic Spread. COVID 2024;4(4):466 View