"Social media, like Twitter and Facebook, has the effect of tamping down diversity of opinion and stifling debate about public affairs. It makes people less likely to voice opinions, particularly when they think their views differ from those of their friends, according to a report published Tuesday by researchers at Pew Research Center and Rutgers University.How Social Media Silences Debate - NYTimes.com
The researchers also found that those who use social media regularly are more reluctant to express dissenting views in the offline world."
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
How Social Media Silences Debate - NYTimes.com
Cyberpolarization R Us