Their latest research, published in the journal Vaccine, attempts to break down the ideas that are most closely associated with a pro- or anti-immunization stance.
“When we mapped out how these arguments are structured, we found that anti-vaccination content tended to focus on children and their need to be protected,” said Gloria Kang, a Ph.D. candidate at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. “Pro-vaccination content, on the other hand, centered on parents and their obligation to keep kids’ immunizations up-to-date — so the basic notion of whose interests are at stake in this debate are completely flipped.”
Photo Caption: DEMONSTRATORS CHEER FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO RAMP UP INTERNATIONAL VACCINE DISTRIBUTION EFFORTS.
But who paid for their expensive professionally done signs?
And why no accompanying photo of vaccine safety protesters with homemade signs?