Opinion | Facebook serves as an echo chamber, especially for conservatives. Blame its algorithm. - The Washington Post
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Summary of peer-reviewed research - “Understanding Echo Chambers and Filter Bubbles: The Impact of Social Media on Diversification and Partisan Shifts in News Consumption” - by its authors, who found:more time spent on Facebook, the more polarized their online news consumption becomes...Facebook usage is five times more polarizing for conservative…

Change My View Does Not Allow Rudeness or Hostility
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A place where users with radically different political opinions interact productively and politely, where a willingness to participate thoughtfully is the rule rather than the exception, and where people readily admit when their views on a subject have been altered... Reddit’s Change My View forum... promotes respectful conversation between people…

Change My View - You Are Not So Smart
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reddit community called Change My View ... a ready-made natural experiment ... feed it into programs ... to understand the back-and-forth between human beings ... discovered two things: what kind of arguments are most likely to change people’s minds, and what kinds of minds are most likely to be changed. https://www.reddit.com/r/changemyview/ : po…

How To Host A Reddit AMA
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"If you’re thinking of organizing an AMA for yourself or your company, here are some suggestions for making it a good one. "

29/09/2014
Reddit's AMAs: untapped potential?
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"Barack Obama, Jerry Seinfeld, a line cook at Applebee's, and a guy with two penises walk into a bar. Actually, no, they would never do that. No venue could bring these people together. And yet, each of these people has stood before the IamA subcommunity on the social network Reddit, and typed those immortal letters, "AMA." Ask. Me. Anything. "…

Nature science journal & Reddit
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A neat approach to using social media to "improve science communication & make it more direct, responsive, and accurate". Given the huge parallels with EU communications ... "Nature editors & reporters get little status markers (aka flairs) to identify their role at Nature ... About a half-dozen keep an eye on r/science to see if any of the top …

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