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The Politics of Risk Perception: Indoor Mask Wearing Across University of Wisconsin- Madison Campus Neighborhoods
This study examines the relationships between mask usage, political affiliation, methods of news consumption, and bias in news consumption, across University of Wisconsin-Madison campus neighborhoods. 334 current UW-Madison ...
Wisconsin State Parks and the COVID-19 Pandemic
This paper explores how the Wisconsin State Park System has been affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. First and foremost, we seek to understand how the DNR has changed the park system’s operations, and how visitors’ experiences ...
Covid-19 Waste Patterns in UW Campus Area Restaurants
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated multiple responses from governments at all levels across the world, many of which concern the safe operation of businesses, including restaurants. The following research ...
Impact of COVID-19 on UW-Madison's Community Members’ Consumer Behavior and Economic Security, and what this Means for Local Businesses
Since the beginning of COVID-19 the UW-Madison community as well as communities around the world have been affected in numerous ways, particularly in ways pertaining to their local economy. Both students and businesses in ...
Gardening in Madison During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting people’s social and physical wellbeing. Gardening is a way people have been adapting to the pandemic, as seen in the increased demand and subsequent shortages of seeds. We administered ...