Lecture Series April 2017: Michael Mäs › view all

"Will the personalization of the web foster opinion polarization? Theoretical, empirical, and engineering challenges"

April 26, 2017 - 16:15h/4:15pm
University of Bremen, UNICOM, Conference Room (7.3280)
Mary-Somerville-Str. 9
28359 Bremen
Contact: Stephan Dochow
Series: BIGSSS Lecture Series
Event type: public

Michael Mäs gives a talk on "Will the personalization of the web foster opinion polarization? Theoretical, empirical, and engineering challenges" in the BIGSSS Lecture Series on April 26, 2017.

Michael Mäs is Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology and the ICS at the University of Groningen.

The talk takes place at the University of Bremen, Unicom-Building 9, Conference Room (7.3280).

About the BIGSSS Lecture Series:

Each semester the Graduate School invites a mix of established and young scholars to present their work to the students and the faculty of the School as well as to the wider interested public. Taking place every other week, the Lecture Series is the central meeting point for the entire Graduate School and provides an excellent opportunity for engaging in intensive, interdisciplinary, scholarly debate.