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Framing Matters: Media Messaging and Vaccines in Malaysia

Dr. Wan Norshira Wan Mohamed Ghazali, Assistant Professor, International Islamic University Malaysia

29-Mar-21 09:37

Framing Matters: Media Messaging and Vaccines in Malaysia

Last week, netizens and government officials rapped Malay daily Harian Metro for a controversial headline, which appeared to link the Covid-19 vaccine with the death of a nurse. Amid the national push to achieve herd immunity through vaccination, how can media better frame vaccine stories to encourage confidence and allay fears? We discuss this issue with Dr. Wan Norshira of IIUM.

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Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar


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