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media bubble

[ mee-dee-uh-buhb-uhl ]
/ ˈmi di ə ˌbʌb əl /
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noun
an environment in which one’s exposure to news, entertainment, social media, etc., represents only one ideological or cultural perspective and excludes or misrepresents other points of view: voters living in a left-wing media bubble;college campuses that foster an antiestablishment media bubble;Blockbuster superhero films dominated the media bubble last summer.
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Also called information bubble .

Origin of media bubble

First recorded in 1970–75
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