Enclave Deliberation, Democracy, and Human Agency : A critical review of filter bubbles and echo chambers as societal disruptions

Paoloregel Samonte
Filter bubbles and echo chambers continue to be controversial topics among scholars in the realm of digital studies. Put simply, these two terms describe a digital quandary where users preferentially choose only to engage with ‘like-minded others’, creating an information cocoon that limits people’s worldviews. Numerous media scholars contend that filter bubbles and echo chambers, collectively referred to in the literature as ‘enclave deliberation’, pose a threat to democracy by creating a self-reinforcing feedback loop...
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