LesseFrost t1_jai7r74 wrote

I bet it won't be much different from the current generation entering the political sphere. After all, most of the people entering politics now are living after the end of the fairness doctrine and the realities in people's media spheres started really looking different. And frankly, it's not anything that's happened over and over again before that. All American entertainment and media follows the same profit generation algorithm, it's just computers driving it now instead of people. My only expectation is that they're either drowning by the media's noise or grow up used to it and can drown it out. Of course by the time gen alpha gets to politics we'll be worrying about the next generation of kids growing up on or with tech that you and I honestly can't even dream up yet. It's all kinda cyclic with technology and society's relationship with it.