Communicating COVID-19 Media, Trust, and Public Engagement

This edited collection, follows on from ‘Communicating COVID-19: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ (2021) and brings together different scholars from around the world to explore and critique the ongoing advances of communicating COVID, two years into the pandemic.

This collection shares updated perspectives from the disciplines of media and communication, journalism, public health and primary care, sociology, and political and behavioural science, addressing the major issues that have confronted communicators, including vaccine hesitancy, misinformation, and the mobilisation of community driven communication responses as restrictions eased in various parts of the world.