An overview of the most important outcomes of online political polarization: false consensus, outgroup dehumanization, and political engagement.
An introduction to the concepts of experiental conditioning, self-concept/ego, as well as ascientific and alogical construction as a framework for how people build and change their views and minds.
Fisk: To refute or criticize (a journalistic article or blog) point by point. Does employing such a technique help or harm when trying to change someone's view?
CMV Podcast | December 4, 2017 Kal talks about his trip to The Netherlands to speak at an event called 'Innovating Democracy'. This episode also contains discussion about some interesting posts in the subreddit. Listen/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts, PodBean or SoundCloud. Links Website for 'Innovating Democracy' in The Netherlands Meta Mondays wiki page [Meta Monday] What delta are you most proud … Continue reading CMV 012 – Innovating Democracy
CMV Podcast | November 15, 2016 Round table discussion recorded two days after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Four CMV moderators join Michael to discuss four subjects: u/protagornast - Civility. u/PepperoniFire - Importance of listening. u/huadpe - Relationship between facts and narratives. u/Grunt08 - Dismissing arguments instead of addressing them is unproductive. Listen/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts, PodBean or SoundCloud.
A short account of a related subreddit - /r/NotMyShoes - including its original goals, how those goals relate to CMV, and lessons learned.
Six CMV users share their stories of intellectual growth as a result of using the subreddit.