How Perceiving Vaccines as "Natural" Shapes Vaccination Attitudes: A Worldview Perspective
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People may perceive vaccines as more or less natural, and it may influence their support for vaccinations. This paper points out that certain people’s worldviews (i.e., the beliefs about the world’s orderliness, anthropocentrism, and love and care for nature) may play a role in this naturalness-based mechanism of vaccination support. Research questions are formulated to suggest the directions for future research.