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Simona Nicoleta Vulpe
Simona Nicoleta Vulpe
Interdisciplinary School of Doctoral Studies, University of Bucharest
Verified email at drd.unibuc.ro
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Silver surfers from a European perspective: technology communication usage among European seniors
S Vulpe, A Crăciun
European Journal of Ageing 17 (1), 125-134, 2020
472020
Social amplification of risk and “probable vaccine damage”: A typology of vaccination beliefs in 28 European countries
SN Vulpe, C Rughiniș
Vaccine, 2021
452021
From social netizens to data citizens: Variations of GDPR awareness in 28 European countries
R Rughiniș, C Rughiniș, SN Vulpe, D Rosner
Computer Law & Security Review 42, 105585, 2021
172021
Understanding vaccine hesitancy as extended attitudes
S Vulpe
European Review of Applied Sociology 13 (20), 43-57, 2020
142020
Cooling down the future: A discourse analysis of climate change skepticism
SN Vulpe
The Social Science Journal 61 (1), 256-272, 2024
122024
Vaccination, life expectancy, and trust: patterns of COVID-19 and measles vaccination rates around the world
C Rughiniș, SN Vulpe, MG Flaherty, S Vasile
Public Health 210, 114-122, 2022
112022
From sick elderly to super-grandparents. A typology of elderly representations in Romanian video advertising
SN Vulpe
Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology 8 (02), 115-148, 2017
72017
Vaccines: saving lives or depopulating the world? A discourse analysis.
S Vulpe, MS Stoian
Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology & Sociology 9 (1), 2018
62018
Shades of doubt: Measuring and classifying vaccination confidence in Europe
C Rughiniș, SN Vulpe, MG Flaherty, S Vasile
Vaccine 40 (46), 6670-6679, 2022
52022
To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate against HPV? A Content Analysis of Vocabularies of Motives
SN Vulpe
Romanian Journal Of Communication And Public Relations 22 (3), 105-123, 2020
22020
Types of phone usage: Age differences between younger and older persons
SN Vulpe, C Ilinca
Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology 8 (2), 103-113, 2017
22017
Croyance et scepticisme. Les justifications religieuses de l’hésitation à la vaccination et du climato-scepticisme
SN Vulpe
Sociologie Românească 19 (2), 69-88, 2021
12021
AGE AND USAGE OF TECHNOLOGY. A STRCUTURAL EQUATION MODEL BASED ON THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR
SN Vulpe, C Ilinca
Revista Universitară de Sociologie 16 (2), 164-174, 2020
12020
Patterns of protection, infection, and detection: Country-level effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccination in reducing mortality worldwide
C Rughiniș, M Dima, SN Vulpe, R Rughiniș, S Vasile
Public Health in Practice 6 (27), 100416, 2023
2023
Unvaccinated, Just Like Everybody Else. Vaccine Hesitancy in a Romanian Religious Community
SN Vulpe, S Vasile
European Review Of Applied Sociology 16 (26), 16-24, 2023
2023
Vaccination, life expectancy, and trust: Patterns of COVID-19 vaccination rates around the world
C Rughinis, SN Vulpe, MG Flaherty, S Vasile
arXiv preprint arXiv:2202.12252, 2022
2022
DIVINE PROTECTION AND SCIENCE SKEPTICISM. VACCINATION CONTROVERSIES IN RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
SN Vulpe
VI-INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC …, 2022
2022
The alternative fact of probable vaccine damage A typology of vaccination beliefs in 28 European countries
SN Vulpe, C Rughinis
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.09267, 2021
2021
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