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There has certainly been plenty of social media activity by politicians across the world, though it is hard to pinpoint any social media-led event or talking point that had an impact during the election itself in Canada.
Indeed, the most visible impact social media had in the Canadian election is arguably a negative one.
Lastly, I am aware that it is not right to judge what people say online just because it is poorly written technically. This is my top Facebook recommended story on Facebook’s top trending issue.
The story’s summary suggests it is from the Huffington Post, which has some journalistic credibility, but if you visit the story itself and look carefully you will see that it is an un-edited, un-curated self published blog posting.
they [the parties] use Facebook and Twitter in similar ways to push out messages rather than communicating with their supporters.” Instead of being too personal, they may be not personal enough to really engage with young people.
Of course there is a simple, “brute force” solution, espoused by Martin Wattenberg in his US study of youth disengagement – make voting mandatory.
Instead, they should ensure that the algorithms are overseen adequately by humans and that those humans are in turn accountable to the public for their actions.
Canada is the latest Western country to find that the youth vote, long thought to be in terminal decline, has in fact been rising.
Filed under: About the Internet, Academia, Current Affairs (US), Current Affairs (World), Digital divide (developed countries),journalism, Online media, Positive uses of technology,problems with technology, Weblogs at am As an media scholar and journalist with an interest in the digital divide, I have long believed that one of the things that media outlets could do a lot better is using their higher profile to give a voice to ‘ordinary people’ who have something to say.
I also believe that one of the things that Facebook like other news intermediaries should be trying to do is increase ideological diversity in their feeds.