Talking About the Spiral of Silence and Communication on Social Media | Doge and Aydin Show 8


Join us on the Doge and Aydin Show as we talk about our willingness to self-censor in face-to-face discussions versus online discussions when talking politics and other controversial topics for fear of social isolation. This could be evidence of the Spiral of Silence theory coined by Elizabeth Noelle-Neumann. Do you ever find you censor yourself when on social media where IRL friends might see your views? What about family members? Do you know anyone who dies this? Tune in @3pm Eastern!

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Brian Martinez

Part time student, part time concierge and full time illustrator all wrapped up in one creative package. Looking for opportunities to use my aptitudes, talents and competence to serve a worthy company, or start my own. Dude. Roots in Chicago. Thinker and go-getter.

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  • I long ago stopped caring about offending people.

    And I don’t have any IRL friends that aren’t somehow connected to the movement.

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