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Political engagement on social media

In The Conversation (21.7.15) Jake Wallis discusses the effects of online social media on extremism in political debate, suggesting that ‘we need political and civil society leaders to reflect on the language that they use, and to strive for a discourse conducive to social cohesion, in order to shape a civic narrative with which we can all engage’.

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