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  Social mobilization and polarization can create volatility in COVID‑19 pandemic control

Hong, I., Rutherford, A., & Cebrian, M. (2021). Social mobilization and polarization can create volatility in COVID‑19 pandemic control. Applied Network Science, 6: 11. doi:10.1007/s41109-021-00356-9.

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Hong, Inho1, Author              
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Cebrian, Manuel1, Author              
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