Corpus ID: 218684825

Diversity in News Recommendations

  title={Diversity in News Recommendations},
  author={Abraham Bernstein and C. D. Vreese and N. Helberger and W. Schulz and K. Zweig and C. Baden and Michael A. Beam and Marc P. Hauer and Lucien Heitz and P. J{\"u}rgens and Christian Katzenbach and B. Kille and Beate Klimkiewicz and W. Loosen and J. Moeller and G. Radanovic and Guy Shani and N. Tintarev and Suzanne Tolmeijer and W. V. Atteveldt and Sanne Vrijenhoek and Theresa Zueger},
  • Abraham Bernstein, C. D. Vreese, +19 authors Theresa Zueger
  • Published 2020
  • Business, Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • News diversity in the media has for a long time been a foundational and uncontested basis for ensuring that the communicative needs of individuals and society at large are met. Today, people increasingly rely on online content and recommender systems to consume information challenging the traditional concept of news diversity. In addition, the very concept of diversity, which differs between disciplines, will need to be re-evaluated requiring a interdisciplinary investigation, which requires a… CONTINUE READING

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