COVID-19 Communication Ecologies: Interpersonal, Familial, and Organizational Information Sources

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COVID-19 Communication Ecologies include the local, state, national, and international communication resources that individuals use to understand and cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 communication resources can include family and friends, local organizations, news organizations, and government agencies. This Working Group examines the structure of COVID-19 communication ecologies to understand how different ecologies influence COVID-19 risk perceptions and protective actions, physical and mental health, and social connections.

Working Group Lead

Brian Houston, University of Missouri
Emailhoustonjb@missouri.edu

Working Group Members

Clare Cannon, University of California Davis
Chandrika Collins, University of Missouri
Manomita Das, Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Jennifer First, University of Southern Maine
Emel Ganapati, Florida International University
Rachael Hernandez, University of Missouri
Brittany Kiessling, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Leysia Palen, University of Colorado Boulder
Serena Tagliacozzo, Italian National Research Council
Anne Wein, U.S. Geological Survey