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Pandemics in the Age of Social Media

Information and Misinformation in Developing Nations
Vikas KumarMohit Rewari(Herausgeber*in)
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Erschienen am 26. September 2023
210 Seiten
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offers insights into social media practices and challenges in developing nations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
covers different aspects of social media during the pandemic
offers new frameworks, concepts, tools and techniques for integrating social media to support national development.
chapters (from a global team of scholars) address the different aspects of social media during pandemic by looking at ICT for development and how development agencies have used social media platforms, before looking at engagement with these social media campaigns and the spread of misinformation.
chapters cover the practical uses of social media in healthcare and virtual medicine, mental health issues and challenges, remote education, and government policies.
will be of interest to scholars and students of social media, health communication, global development studies and NGO communication.
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18 Tables, black and white; 6 Line drawings, black and white; 7 Halftones, black and white; 13 Illustrations, black and white
978-1-000-95695-5 (9781000956955)
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Vikas Kumar received an MSc and PhD from Kurukshetra University, India. Along with 15 books, he has more than 100 research papers to his credit in various national and international conferences and journals. Dr. Kumar is presently serving at Central University of Haryana, India and is a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Indore and University of Northern Iowa, USA. His areas of interest include information systems, business analytics and ICT for development.

Mohit Rewari received a bachelor of engineering degree from MD University, India and further MBA from Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, India. He has authored two books in the area of business management and published a number of papers in international journals of repute. He has widely presented in a number of national and international conferences. He is presently serving at Indira Gandhi University, Rewari, India. His areas of interest include the entrepreneurship development, social media and ICT in business.
Chapter 1 Social Media As An Enabler To Combat Misinformation; Chapter 2 Science Vs Populism: Social Media's Strengthening of Public's Stance On Scientific Controversy; Chapter 3 Covid-19 Pandemic and Economic Inequalities: Analysis of The Discourses Of Turkish Political Parties On Twitter; Chapter 4 Social Media For Knowledge Sharing And Pandemics: A Systematic Literature Review; Chapter 5 Infodemic Management in India: A Social Media Perspective; Chapter 6 The Role Of Trust In Disaster Management Using Social Media: Covid- 19 Perspective; Chapter 7 Social Media And Trust Management During Pandemic; Chapter 8 Telegram as A Pedagogical Tool During; Chapter 9 Social Media Based Learning Platforms And Pandemic: A Comparative Analysis; Chapter 10 The Scope and Challenges of Learning Through Social Media Sites During Pandemic: What Really Matters.

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