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Ideological Segregation among Online Collaborators: Evidence from Wikipedians*. Shane Greenstein, Yuan Gu, Feng Zhu. Abstract. Do online communities ...

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We find that ideological segregation of online news consumption is low in ... We find no evidence that the Internet is becoming more segregated over time.

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define ideological segregation in each domain using standard indices from the literature on .... back to 2004 and find no evidence that the Internet is becoming.

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1Survey evidence of blog readers (Lawrence et al., 2010) and cross-blog ... ( 2011) found that segregation in online news was similar to that of traditional, offline.

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Ideological Segregation Online and Offline. Matthew Gentzkow. Jesse M. Shapiro . Chicago Booth and NBER. March 2011. 1 Estimates of Statistical Precision. In ...