Screenshot of UMaine in the News regarding a study published by new faculty Matthew and Natalia Magnani in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maine found that specifics of homemade face mask production were different depending on a state’s political affiliation and changed throughout the country with increased political polarization.
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University of Maine Division of Marketing and Communications, "COVID-19_UMaine News_UMaine study finds connection between partisan politics and effective face mask production during pandemic" (2022). Division of Marketing & Communications. 258.