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  • Journal

    Bastos, M., Mercea, D. and Baronchelli, A.

    The geographic embedding of online echo chambers: Evidence from the Brexit campaign

    2018 - PLOS ONE

    In-text: (Bastos, Mercea and Baronchelli e0206841)

    Your Bibliography: Bastos, Marco, Dan Mercea, and Andrea Baronchelli. "The Geographic Embedding Of Online Echo Chambers: Evidence From The Brexit Campaign." PLOS ONE 13.11 (2018): e0206841. Web.

  • Journal

    Farrell, H. J., Lawrence, E. and Sides, J.

    Self-Segregation or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation and Polarization in American Politics

    2008 - SSRN Electronic Journal

    In-text: (Farrell, Lawrence and Sides)

    Your Bibliography: Farrell, Henry John, Eric Lawrence, and John Sides. "Self-Segregation Or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation And Polarization In American Politics." SSRN Electronic Journal (2008): n. pag. Web.

  • Journal

    Flaxman, S., Goel, S. and Rao, J. M.

    Filter Bubbles, Echo Chambers, and Online News Consumption

    2016 - Public Opinion Quarterly

    In-text: (Flaxman, Goel and Rao 298-320)

    Your Bibliography: Flaxman, Seth, Sharad Goel, and Justin M. Rao. "Filter Bubbles, Echo Chambers, And Online News Consumption." Public Opinion Quarterly 80.S1 (2016): 298-320. Web.

  • Journal

    Haim, M., Graefe, A. and Brosius, H.

    Burst of the Filter Bubble?

    2018 - Digital Journalism

    In-text: (Haim, Graefe and Brosius 330-343)

    Your Bibliography: Haim, Mario, Andreas Graefe, and Hans-Bernd Brosius. "Burst Of The Filter Bubble?." Digital Journalism 6.3 (2018): 330-343. Web.

  • Website

    How Google Search works | Our mission

    2019

    In-text: ("How Google Search Works | Our Mission")

    Your Bibliography: "How Google Search Works | Our Mission." Google.com. N.p., 2019. Web. 5 Mar. 2019.

  • Journal

    Ksiazek, T. B., Malthouse, E. C. and Webster, J. G.

    News-seekers and Avoiders: Exploring Patterns of Total News Consumption Across Media and the Relationship to Civic Participation

    2010 - Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

    In-text: (Ksiazek, Malthouse and Webster 551-568)

    Your Bibliography: Ksiazek, Thomas B., Edward C. Malthouse, and James G. Webster. "News-Seekers And Avoiders: Exploring Patterns Of Total News Consumption Across Media And The Relationship To Civic Participation." Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 54.4 (2010): 551-568. Web.

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