Echo Chamber effect
The "Echo Chamber" effect is the phenomenon whereby social media limit exposure to different perspectives, favoring the formation of groups of users who all think alike and reinforcing a shared narrative. In other words, people only can see selected information that reinforces their existing views without encountering opposing views.
Echo chambers may result in an increased social and political polarization and extremism.
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