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Discussion: communicating our differences about mask wearing

An expert in health communications weighs in on confrontations related to masking up in public.

As face coverings go from being a requirement to a recommendation in some places, that can potentially give rise to confrontation. How people communicate their differences can take many forms. To understand more about messaging around masks we turned to Bradley Adame, an associate professor at Arizona State University’s Hugh Downs School of Human Communications whose expertise includes health communication.

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