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echo chamber

a room with walls that reflect sound. It is used to make acoustic measurements and as a source of reverberant sound to be mixed with direct sound for recording or broadcasting

echo chamber

[′ek·ō ‚chām·bər]
(acoustics)
A reverberant room or enclosure used in a studio to add echo effects to sounds for radio or television programs.
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Agricultural communicators should work with land-grant faculty to help them effectively engage members of the public in science communication and break through the academic echo chamber or epistemic bubble.
Through their imaginative retelling of our planet the artists invite us to look at things that have been overlooked or lost in the echo chamber," she says.
What can entrepreneurs learn from the confirmation bias and echo chambers created by social media platforms?
LAHORE:A few months ago, in a radio interview with Prince Harry, Barack Obama, the former president of the USA, warned about the potential of social media to divide society as platforms such as Twitter and Facebook turn into echo chambers, disconnecting people from reality.
Homophily is the basis of the ideological echo chamber effect--that is, the tendency of people to communicate with those who share their political views, thereby creating homogeneous groups.
"Centric lets users discover video being posted around them outside the 'echo chamber' of their own networks - without the stress of finding, following and friending new people," explains CEO Vincent Gibson.
Others have surfaced through hearsay, and are magnified beyond their merit in the echo chamber of social media.
What happens when the out-group disappears or becomes so homogenous that no significant rebuttal to your echo chamber occurs?
At times since the Wear-Tyne derby that created an avalanche of opprobrium that Newcastle are still desperately trying to shovel themselves out of, thoughts have turned back to that echo chamber.
Townsend says it's good to get outside ideas because "The VA has remained locked in an echo chamber for far too long." However, he cautions that stakeholders, such as PVA, who aren't part of the committee also need to be heard.
The Soros-funded organizations "fed off each other," the Times reported, creating what the paper described as an "echo chamber" within social media and the mischaracterized "mainstream" press.
I beg to differ from the Republican echo chamber that is your newspaper and letter writers who have criticized Clive McFarlane for characterizing opposition to President Obama as racist.