A new global study conducted by researchers with Aarhus University in Denmark has found that people who are “vaccinated” against COVID-19 harbor intense and one-sided attitudes of prejudice against their “unvaccinated” friends, family, and neighbors.
The study, authored by Alexander Bor, Frederik Jørgensen, and Michael Bang Petersen with a preprint published February 18, 2022, examined data collected from citizens around the world with the aim of determining whether vaccinated and unvaccinated people entertained prejudicial attitudes toward one another amid the sharply polarizing global COVID-19 response.
Very interesting piece (via conjoint #experiment in 21 countries) on vaxxed v/s unvaxxed cleavage in the #Covid context. Raises methodological questions as well. Full piece at: https://t.co/hbWiuVTfGb . BR https://t.co/UxYmVIrlKS
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