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This present study demonstrates that, beyond their relationship to fake news, “analytical” and “intuitive” individuals exhibit different behaviors on Twitter.

More and more often, journalistic information is directly posted on the 'feeds' of our social medias, especially on Facebook or Twitter, but also on LinkedIn or Snapchat and of course […]

This report is an attempt to comprehensively examine information disorder and its related challenges, such as filter bubbles and echo chambers. While the historical impact of rumours and fabricated content […]

As breaking news unfolds people increasingly rely on social media to stay abreast of the latest updates. The use of social media in such situations comes with the caveat that […]

This article reconsiders two highly debated issues concerning the social network Twitter: the formation of echo chambers on the one hand, and the ideological fragmentation of this social network, on the other.

Two phenomenon resulting from the inherent mechanisms of the Internet are often accused of contributing to the polarization of opinions: "filter bubbles" and "echo chambers". In this article, we provide an overview of these two concepts.

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