Measuring and moderating opinion polarization in social networks

Data Min. Knowl. Discov., Volume 31, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 1480-1505.

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Abstract:

The polarization of society over controversial social issues has been the subject of study in social sciences for decades (Isenberg in J Personal Soc Psychol 50(6):1141–1151, , Sunstein in J Polit Philos 10(2):175–195, ). The widespread usage of online social networks and social media, and the tendency of people to connect and interact wi...More

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