Out with the old and in with the new: social media has taken over traditional forms of communication, curating our news and helping us to communicate over huge distances. But at what cost?
It is Not as You Think
Our societies are becoming more and more composed of groups of non-kin, like-minded people, generating non-traditional network structures that end up polarizing our perception of the word. Social media are often pointed at as the cause of these “filter bubbles”, while they merely highlight a trend that has an entirely different origin.