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[Série – Face à la crise Covid-19] Mieux comprendre l’appel à la peur utilisé pour faire face à la pandémie du Covid-19
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[Série – Face à la crise Covid-19] Mieux comprendre l’appel à la peur utilisé pour faire face à la pandémie du Covid-19

A video that presents our article published in The Conversation in mid-March 2020 and that aims to provide an interesting deciphering of a situation of fear appeal, that of the management of the coronavirus health crisis, using behavioral sciences.

From one presidential speech to another and from a first wave of measures to a second and a third, it appears that the French population targeted by these incentives and recommendations does not react as the government and public health officials had envisaged. Thanks to theories and models explaining the complex mechanics of the appeal to fear.

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