Publications Related to "Brian G. Southwell"


Introduction to the special section

Social scientists have long recognized the value of social networks, i.e., ties between individuals, organizations, or groups, for influencing a variety of outcomes, including health [1]. In the late 1960s, Coleman, Katz, and Menzel’s book,...


Misinformation and mass audiences

Lies and inaccurate information are as old as humanity, but never before have they been so easy to spread. Each moment of every day, the Internet and broadcast media purvey misinformation, either deliberately or accidentally, to a mass audience...