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Understanding behavioural responses to infectious disease outbreaks.

Dr Jonathan Read | No Lead Discipline | 20 May 2009

How people behave, interact and travel during an epidemic could limit or exacerbate their risk of infection. In the event of a serious influenza pandemic many people may adopt precautionary behaviour, such as absenteeism from work. The cost to the uk ...

Social assortativity and contagious processes in modern britain.

Dr Jonathan Read | Sociology | 31 December 2012

Assortativity is the property describing when individuals tend to mix with others who have similar (social or demographic) properties to themselves. The extent to which interactions between individuals are assortative has important implications for c ...

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