Tracking the Pandemic

Harchol-Balter, Mor and Justin B. Hollander. 2021. Target the youngest first. The Boston Globe. January 11.

“Does Social Distancing Stop the Spread of COVID19? Ask Twitter.” Working Paper. Tufts University. Justin B. Hollander and Victoria Rayskin. August 2020.

Data Companies Track Our Pandemic Patterns” (City Tech Column). 2020. Land Lines. June 30. (Article in Lincoln Institute of Land Policy magazine refers to Prof. Hollander’s Urban Social Listening book and reports on an interview with him).

Allen, J., Hollander, J., Gualtieri, L., Falconi, T. M. A., Savir, S., & Agénor, M. 2020. Feasibility of a Twitter campaign to promote HPV vaccine uptake among racially/ethnically diverse young adult women living in public housing. BMC Public Health 20, 830.

“COVID19 and the City”. 2020. Cognitive Urbanism podcast. Episode 16. April 2.

Hollander, Justin B., Erin Graves, Henry Renski, Cara Foster-Karim, Andrew Wiley, and Dibyendu Das. 2016.  Urban social listening: Potential and pitfalls of using social media data in studying cities. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.