Andrea Kitta Discusses Narratives that Arise out of Anxieties Surrounding Contagions
In an article in The Eastern Carolinian, Andrea Kitta comments on the various narratives—some harmful while others hopeful—that make an appearance during health crises and offers a rationale for the narratives and behaviors that have surfaced due to the COVID-19 outbreak. See
Madison Barnhill, “ECU professor discusses COVID-19 conspiracies following book release,” The East Carolinian (April 14, 2020): http://www.theeastcarolinian.com/news/article_3c8f16fa-7e4a-11ea-944b-d7803bf32369.html
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