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Shelly Biesel published an article in Economic Anthropology

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"When disinformation makes sense: Contextualizing the war on coal in Appalachian Kentucky" by PhD candidate, Shelly Biesel, is now available for early view in Economic Anthropology. This manuscript utilizes "qualitative interviews, participant observation, and discourse analysis" in order to "explore how war‐on‐coal disinformation becomes a commonsense explanation for many dealing with coal industry recession."

Economic Anthropology is a journal published by the Society for Economic Anthropology (SEA) through Wiley Publishing and the American Anthropological Association (AAA).

Read the full article: When disinformation makes sense: Contextualizing the war on coal in Appalachian Kentucky

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