The politicization of medical preprints on Twitter during the early stages of COVID-19 pandemic

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2022
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Urman, Aleksandra
Ionescu, Stefania
Hannák, Anikó
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Journal of Quantitative Description : Digital Media. University of Zurich. 2022, 2. eISSN 2673-8813. Available under: doi: 10.51685/jqd.2022.003
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We examine the patterns of medical preprint sharing on Twitter during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our analysis demonstrates a stark increase in attention to medical preprints among the general public since the beginning of the pandemic. We also observe a political divide in medical preprint sharing patterns - a finding in line with previous observations regarding the politicisation of COVID-19-related discussions. In addition, we find that the increase in attention to preprints from the members of the general public coincided with the change in the social media-based discourse around preprints.

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social media, preprints, political communication, COVID-19
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ISO 690URMAN, Aleksandra, Stefania IONESCU, David GARCIA, Anikó HANNÁK, 2022. The politicization of medical preprints on Twitter during the early stages of COVID-19 pandemic. In: Journal of Quantitative Description : Digital Media. University of Zurich. 2022, 2. eISSN 2673-8813. Available under: doi: 10.51685/jqd.2022.003
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  doi={10.51685/jqd.2022.003},
  title={The politicization of medical preprints on Twitter during the early stages of COVID-19 pandemic},
  volume={2},
  journal={Journal of Quantitative Description : Digital Media},
  author={Urman, Aleksandra and Ionescu, Stefania and Garcia, David and Hannák, Anikó}
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