by Simon Black
Back in July, Yale University began a critical study on COVID vaccines.
But there was an interesting twist to Yale’s study: scientists weren’t looking at the actual vaccine candidates; instead they were studying how to most effectively convince people to take a vaccine.
One of the things they tested, in fact, was how guilt, embarrassment, and negative social stigma could pressure people into taking a vaccine, even if they have doubts or concerns about it.
In other words, the study examined if shaming people would be an effective way to compel everyone to take a COVID vaccine.