Media and politics in the COVID 19 era

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Media and politics in the COVID 19 era
Chair:
Amelia Aben Athar
Ramos
José augusto Nicin Aben Athar Cot
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An empirical analysis on the political attitudes of Twitter users who disseminate information regarding COVID-19: Data from Japan
Tsukasa
Tanihara
Ph.D. Student at Graduate School of Human Relations, Keio University
1177
Public health and far-right: The Brazilian case of coronavirus infodemic
Ricardo Ribeiro
Ferreira
The University of Edinburgh
Juliana
Alcantara
University of Coimbra
1160
Themes and legitimization strategies of Trump`s Twitter concerning COVID-19: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Wen
Wang
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Silei
Zhu
Tsinghua University
1880
Political Identity as an Obstacle: The Effect of Local Identity and Perceived Benefit on Use Intention of Health Code in Hong Kong during COVID-19
Sha
Qiu
College of Journalism and Communication, Hunan Institute of Science and Technology
Zimeng
An
Institute of Communication Psychology, Communication University of China
Qianying
Ye
Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong
Xin
Jin
Department of Media and Communication, City University of Hong Kong
2116
Holding up in a crisis: a comparison of the democratic function of news websites in the UK and Germany during Covid-19
Imke
Henkel
University of Lincoln