Review of Breaking the Social Media Prism: How to Make Our Platforms Less Polarizing - Can Social Media Foster Persuasion (Not Polarization)?

"People who regularly listened to the opposite opinions did not adjust their views and become more balanced or moderate because for many people social media have become places where they are curating a self. And therefore they see opposing views as attacks on their identity" - TGC

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josh p's picture

The word "curated" appears in just about every article written these days. It's an incredibly annoying word. Theologians should make a gentleman's agreement that the first person to use it pays tuition for a poor seminary student.