In this episode of the You Are Not So Smart Podcast, we sit down with nine experts on communication, conversation, and persuasion to discuss the best methods for reaching out to the vaccine hesitant with the intention of nudging them away from hesitancy and toward vaccination.
This is the fourth episode of the podcast focused on the psychology behind various aspect of the COVID pandemic. Below are the first three:
Dr. Brooke Harrington is a professor of sociology at Darmouth who studies the sociology of fraud and is the author of Capital without Borders. She writes for the Guardian, The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Atlantic. This is her most recent article about vaccine hesitancy.
Misha Glouberman teaches people how to talk about things, both in the classroom and within organizations, and he also works as a professional facilitator, which means he helps people design and run conferences and meetings. He also lectures, hosts Trampoline Hall (which has a podcast) – where he interviews the speakers afterfield and fields questions from the audience – and he is the co-author of the book The Chairs Are Where the People Go, a collection of his dictated musings about life recorded and edited by author Sheila Heti. Click here for a free class on vaccine hesitancy.
Karin Tamerius is a political psychiatrist and the founder of Smart Politics, an organization devoted to helping progressives have better conversations among people with whom they disagree. She also helped create the UncleBot. Click here for her webinar on how to encourage your loved ones to get vaccinated.
Anthony Magnabosco has been practicing and promoting Street Epistemology since 2013. Anthony has had several hundred chats (many of them on camera and uploaded to his YouTube channel) on a variety of claims including Gods, ghosts, karma, law of attraction, and a variety of social and political topics.
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