Precarious Lives: When Information Saves or Kills

Published 16 September 2020; Produced by History of Science ON CALL

For the History of Science ON CALL project, Dr. Clarissa Lee Ai Ling discusses:

  1. What other ways are there to envision informational asymmetry in relation to vulnerable members of the public?
  2. What historical examples would best exemplify the case presented in the video?
  3. If you are working on the interconnection between misinformation, the role of science communication and public participation in rapid response policy-making, please get in touch with Clarissa.

This video made as part of the preliminary research with the Converge-Covid 19 group talking about precarity, covid-19 and informational asymmetry.

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