Richard Raber is a Canadian-born activist and Master’s degree candidate at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation. His current research centres around social memory in contemporary South Africa. He can be found on Twitter @RaberRichard.
Published in: HomeGlobal connectivity and personal disconnect: filter bubbles and the collapse of public discourse
The individualisation of our exposure to information through ‘filter bubbles’ facilitates the atomisation of society...
Published in: TransformationEmpathy and vulnerability in the digital age
The cyber-world collapses the distance between the spectator and the scene of brutality, but does this encourage...