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  • How to fact-check coronavirus misinformation on social media

    Poynter - 05/27/2020

    “Particularly if it’s a family member or a friend, there are also other things you might want to consider than just encouraging belief change,” said Briony Swire-Thompson, a postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern University’s Network Science Institute. “You might want to give the correction in a kind way, just because no one wants to be wrong.”

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