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PUBLICAÇÃO DE COMUNICAÇÃO

Hate Speech on Social Media: A Global Approach

Hate speech manifests itself in different social contexts, such as political debates, artistic expression, professional sports, or work environments. However, the rapid development of digital technologies, and especially of social media platforms, has created additional challenges to understanding this extreme act. This book explores the nature of hate speech on social media. Readers will find chapters written by 21 authors from 18 universities or research centers. It includes researchers from 11 countries, prioritizing a diversity of approaches from the Global North and Global South – Brazil, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Germany, Nigeria, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the USA. The analyses herein involve the realities in an even larger number of countries, given the transnational approach of some of these studies.

AUTORES / EDITORES

Branco Di Fátima (Ed.)

COLEÇÃO

Livros de Comunicação

ANO DA EDIÇÃO

2023

ISBN

978-989-654-916-9

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PUBLICAÇÃO DE COMUNICAÇÃO

Hate Speech on Social Media: A Global Approach

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AUTORES / EDITORES

Branco Di Fátima (Ed.)

COLEÇÃO

Livros de Comunicação

ANO DA EDIÇÃO

2023

ISBN

978-989-654-916-9

Índice

Preface - 11

Abstracts - 17

Chapter 1 — Aggravated anti-Asian hate since COVID-19 and the #StopAsianHate movement: Connection, disjointness, and challenges - 35
Lizhou Fan, Huizi Yu & Anne J. Gilliland

Chapter 2 — Is it fine? Internet memes and hate speech on Telegram in relation to Russia’s war in Ukraine - 75
Mykola Makhortykh & Juan-Manuel González-Aguilar

Chapter 3 — Syrian refugees in the shade of the ‘Anti-Syrians’ discourse: Exploring discriminatory discursive strategies on Twitter - 95
Özlem Alikılıç, Ebru Gökaliler & İnanç Alikılıç

Chapter 4 — Disseminating and resisting online hate speech in Turkey - 121
Mine Gencel Bek

Chapter 5 — Hate speech on Twitter: The LGBTIQ+ community in Spain - 143
Patricia de-Casas-Moreno, Macarena Parejo-Cuéllar & Arantxa Vizcaíno-Verdú

Chapter 6 — Circulation systems, emotions, and presenteeism: three views on hate speech based on attacks on journalists in Brazil - 159
Edson Capoano, Vítor de Sousa & Vinicius Prates

Chapter 7 — Clipping: Hate speech in social media against female sports journalists in Greece - 185
Lida Tsene

Chapter 8 — Mapping social media hate speech regulations in Southern Africa: A regional comparative analysis - 203
Allen Munoriyarwa

Chapter 9 — Ethiopian socio-political contexts for hate speech - 227
Muluken Asegidew Chekol

Chapter 10 — Social media narratives and reflections on hate speech in Nigeria - 255
Aondover Eric Msughter

Chapter 11 — Hate speech among security forces in Portugal - 277
Tiago Lapa & Branco Di Fátima

Authors - 295
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