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Analyzing Media Dependency During Crisis. A case of COVID-19 in Malaysia

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posted on 2021-08-05, 22:11 authored by Faiswal KasiryeFaiswal Kasirye
This conceptual paper deals with how the public depends on the media during a crisis like the current COVID-19 pandemic, whether they prefer traditional media for information or would go with the new media trends for their information seeking and sharing regarding the COVID-19 crisis at hand.




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Lead author country

  • Uganda

Lead author job role

  • PhD Student

Lead author institution

international Islamic University Malaysia

Human Participants

  • Yes

Ethics statement

this conceptual paper is part of a larger study among citizens of Malaysia that is still ongoing. consents were sought from the participants before handing them the survey to fill.

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