2019’s top 100 journal articles
Counter-intuitively, highly knowledgeable people can believe conspiracy theories [Top 100 journal articles of 2019]
Countering false rumours and stories in organisations needs to involve more than just aiming to make people more knowledgeable.
Case study: How polarized debates can be the result of rational deliberation, and how they can be resolved
When we accept that polarization can be the result of rational deliberation by rational actors, it changes how we frame…
Many praise the internet as a democratizing force. But with online spaces replacing physical public squares as places for debate,…