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Published on 22.11.16 in Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "“Mommy Blogs” and the Vaccination Exemption Narrative: Results From A Machine-Learning Approach for Story Aggregation on Parenting Social Media Sites"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.6586):

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  1. Loyal J, Weiss TR, Cheng JH, Kair LR, Colson E. Refusal of Vitamin K by Parents of Newborns: A Qualitative Study. Academic Pediatrics 2019;19(7):793
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  2. Reich JA. Teaching women to question and control: public pedagogies of birth and vaccine refusal. BioSocieties 2019;
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  3. Peng W, Huang Q. An Examination of Surprise and Emotions in the Processing of Anecdotal Evidence. Health Communication 2019;:1
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  4. Luceri L, Braun T, Giordano S. Analyzing and inferring human real-life behavior through online social networks with social influence deep learning. Applied Network Science 2019;4(1)
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  5. Stephens AB, Wynn CS, Stockwell MS. Understanding the use of digital technology to promote human papillomavirus vaccination – A RE-AIM framework approach. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2019;15(7-8):1549
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  6. Reich JA. “We are fierce, independent thinkers and intelligent”: Social capital and stigma management among mothers who refuse vaccines. Social Science & Medicine 2018;
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  7. Brooker P, Barnett J, Vines J, Lawson S, Feltwell T, Long K, Wood G. Researching with Twitter timeline data: A demonstration via “everyday” socio-political talk around welfare provision. Big Data & Society 2018;5(1):205395171876662
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  8. Teague SJ, Shatte AB. Exploring the Transition to Fatherhood: Feasibility Study Using Social Media and Machine Learning. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e12371
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  9. Gwynette MF, Sidhu SS, Ceranoglu TA. Electronic Screen Media Use in Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 2018;27(2):203
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  10. Solondaev V, Koneva E, Lyasnikova L. Recognition of One’s Own Mental State by Parents of Children-patients. Clinical Psychology and Special Education 2017;6(2):64
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  11. Ferrara E. Contagion Dynamics of Extremist Propaganda in Social Networks. SSRN Electronic Journal 2017;
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  12. Smith TC. Vaccine Rejection and Hesitancy: A Review and Call to Action. Open Forum Infectious Diseases 2017;4(3)
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  13. Bandari R, Zhou Z, Qian H, Tangherlini TR, Roychowdhury VP. A Resistant Strain: Revealing the Online Grassroots Rise of the Antivaccination Movement. Computer 2017;50(11):60
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  14. Tangherlini T. Toward a Generative Model of Legend: Pizzas, Bridges, Vaccines, and Witches. Humanities 2017;7(1):1
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  15. Meleo-Erwin Z, Basch C, MacLean SA, Scheibner C, Cadorett V. “To each his own”: Discussions of vaccine decision-making in top parenting blogs. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2017;13(8):1895
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.6586)

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  1. Hale TM, Chou WS, Cotten SR, Khilnani A. eHealth: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils and Future Directions. 2018. :1
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  2. Boursier V, Manna V, Gioia F, Coppola F, Venosa N. Global Perspectives on Health Communication in the Age of Social Media. 2018. chapter 2:29
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