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Cheap chicken, beef came at a cost. How American meat plants bred coronavirus hot spots. TodayMeatpackers haven’t always been expendable, low-wage employees, said Roger Horowitz, a History professor at the University of Delaware who studies the industry’s history.
The Psychology Behind Why People Believe Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories PostMysteries don’t sit well with humans. Joanne Miller, an associate professor of political science and international relations at the University of Delaware, said we call this “connecting the dots.” Sometimes those dots should be connected, other times, they should not.
How parents and kids can stay safe and sane during the coronavirus pandemic NewsArticle quotes Jennifer Horney, University of Delaware Disaster Research Center and epidemiology.
Trump's dangerous assault on government watchdogs's been called a slow-rolling version of the Saturday Night Massacre--the firings of four government watchdogs, known as Inspector Generals, in the last six weeks by the Trump administration. Samantha Vinograd, Biden Institute, on what it says about the president's priorities during a global pandemic.
Invisible deaths: from nursing homes to prisons, the coronavirus toll is out of sight – and out of mind? GuardianThe coronavirus crisis in rural America hasn't generated the kind of searing photographic and video images that came out of the urban areas that were hit hard by the virus. Ralph Begleiter, professor emeritus and Founding Director of the Center for Political Communication, on why that's a problem.
To challenge misguided beliefs about science, try satire GeorgraphicPaul Brewer, Communication, writes about research that says climate change, gene editing and vaccines aren’t laughing matters—but joking about them on TV can change minds. NOTE: Subscription needed to view article
Why some conspiracy theorists believe Bill Gates is behind the coronavirus Joanne Miller, Political Science & International Relations, talks about the danger of peddling these kinds of conspiracy theories.
How to respond to your family’s coronavirus conspiracy theories InsiderArticle quotes Joanne Miller, Political Science & International Relations.
Contagion within the White House would be catastrophic for US national security Vinograd, Biden Institute, on the national security implications of the news that three White House staffers tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Covid-19 may change one common American behavior forever makes the world go 'round and cash has always been king, but its reign may be ending, as fears of accepting change in the COVID-19 era may lead consumers to rely on electronic payments. Jennifer Horney weighs in.

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