Political segregation


Political and social filters

This article is a draft. If you want to discuss specific ways to improve it, you may create a new ticket in the TODO list.

Political and social filters are the processes whereby we pay attention or not, to specific topics, news or arguments according to our personal interests, bias or prejudice.

Such filters are not necessarily bad things. In most cases, they are actually useful. Todo: provide simple, non-political example.

Political segregation

Still within the context of the Political Discourse project, and in support of the work currently being carried out by Bryce, I'd like to start this discussion thread to speak about a topic that has been in my mind for many months, if not years: political segregation, its roots and its many manifestations.

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