These are the sources and citations used to research echo chambers. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Bastos, Mercea and Baronchelli, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Bastos, M., Mercea, D. and Baronchelli, A. (2018). The geographic embedding of online echo chambers: Evidence from the Brexit campaign. PLOS ONE, 13(11), p.e0206841.
In-text: (Farrell, Lawrence and Sides, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Farrell, H., Lawrence, E. and Sides, J. (2008). Self-Segregation or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation and Polarization in American Politics. SSRN Electronic Journal.
In-text: (Flaxman, Goel and Rao, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Flaxman, S., Goel, S. and Rao, J. (2016). Filter Bubbles, Echo Chambers, and Online News Consumption. Public Opinion Quarterly, 80(S1), pp.298-320.
In-text: (Google.com, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Google.com. (2019). How Google Search works | Our mission. [online] Available at: https://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/search/howsearchworks/mission/ [Accessed 5 Mar. 2019].
In-text: (Haim, Graefe and Brosius, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Haim, M., Graefe, A. and Brosius, H. (2018). Burst of the Filter Bubble?. Digital Journalism, 6(3), pp.330-343.
In-text: (Ksiazek, Malthouse and Webster, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Ksiazek, T., Malthouse, E. and Webster, J. (2010). 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), pp.551-568.
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