Books et al.SOCIAL SCIENCES

To Connect More Equitably

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Science  21 Mar 2014:
Vol. 343, Issue 6177, pp. 1314-1315
DOI: 10.1126/science.1250907

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Summary

Research on the ways people learn and share information about health and science, Southwell argues, suggests that systematic reliance on social networks will increase inequity.