Description

The “filter bubble” has been a heated discussion topic since several years ago. In addition to possible algorithmic contribution to this phenomenon, people’s selective exposure tendency may be another primary

The “filter bubble” has been a heated discussion topic since several years ago. In addition to possible algorithmic contribution to this phenomenon, people’s selective exposure tendency may be another primary cause of the “filter bubble” on social media. Prior research indicates that, under the influence of selective exposure tendency, people tend to perceive pro-attitudinal news as more credible than counter-attitudinal news, with strong partisans more likely to be affected.

10.59 MB application/pdf

Download count: 0

Details

Contributors
Date Created
  • 2020
Resource Type
  • Text
  • Collections this item is in
    Note
    • Masters Thesis Public Administration 2020

    Machine-readable links