The purpose of this document is to transition from sharing our concerns with Reddit's redesign to offering constructive feedback and solution proposals.
Bird's eye view of reddit's redesign and what it means for discussion-based subreddits like /r/changemyview.
An exploration of whether or not CMV creates a platform for normalizing marginal and/or problematic views.
A look inside a moderator discussion on whether "That's bullshit" classifies as a Rule 2 violation in /r/ChangeMyView.
Before I created /r/changemyview, my instinct was to call it "Change My Mind". This post explains why I'm glad that didn't happen.
CMV Podcast | March 11, 2018 Alex Frankel joins us to talk about his Master's Thesis "What Are They Thinking?", and towards the end of this episode you'll also hear from Will (AKA u/Neutrino_gambit) who recently posted in CMV about Yes or No questions. Listen/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts, PodBean, YouTube or SoundCloud. Links Alex Frankel: @SonOfDiesel on Twitter, and 'Elephants and Asteroids' on Medium. Alex's … Continue reading CMV 017 – What Are They Thinking?
An overview of the most important outcomes of online political polarization: false consensus, outgroup dehumanization, and political engagement.