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Analyzing Information Diffusion in a Public Health Crisis Using Google, News Media & Twitter Data

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Katerina Metsa, Associate Director of Research at the Pew Research Center, discusses her research using Goggle, news media, and Twitter data to study information diffusion in a public health crisis, including insights that social media habits can provide; collecting Google search, news media, and Twitter data; what the different data sources revealed and whether they complimented each other; ethical considerations; and the findings of the research.

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