Digital communication, the crisis of trust, and the post-global

  title={Digital communication, the crisis of trust, and the post-global},
  author={Terry Flew},
  journal={Communication Research and Practice},
  pages={22 - 4}
  • Terry Flew
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Communication Research and Practice
  • ABSTRACT It is argued in this paper that the rise of populism worldwide can be seen as arising from a more general crisis of trust in social institutions and in the project of globalisation that has prevailed in Western liberal democracies. The circulation of fake news is best seen as a symptom of the crisis of trust rather than as a primary driver, as so-called filter bubbles are more reflective of political polarisation than of algorithmic sorting, and the interaction between so-called… CONTINUE READING
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