Faculty mentor: Dr. Phillip McMinn-Singer
Public health was founded in a culture of scientific knowledge; however, politics of blame and increasing political polarization is leading to systematic differences in party approached to health policy. We analyzed trends in party participation in congressional floor speech and media discourse and found that the democratic party engaged in discourse more than the republic party across H1N1, SARS, Zika, and Ebola.
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