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Title Cyberhate in the context of migrations / Angeliki Monnier, Axel Boursier, Annabelle Seoane, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022

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Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (black and white, and colour)
Series Postdisciplinary studies in discourse
Postdisciplinary studies in discourse.
Contents Chapter 1: Anti-migrant hate speech as a symptom of a representation crisis (Angeliki Monnier, Axel Boursier and Annabelle Seoane) -- Part I: Language strategies and patterns -- Chapter 2: Online hate speech in the UK and Poland: social media reactions to the murder of Arkadiusz Jozwik (Katerina Strani and Anna Szczepaniak-Kozak) -- Chapter 3: The anti-immigration ideology: hate speech, ethos and the enemys figure (Nolwenn Lorenzi Bailly and Lotta Lehti) -- Chapter 4: "Reality", "truth" and "lies" regarding the immigration phenomenon in comment sections on French media (Nadia Makouar) -- Chapter 5: The computer-mediated expression of hate: a corpus analysis of French and Italian user-generated contents (Laura Ascone) -- Part II: Actors and interactions -- Chapter 6: The joint construction of hate speech in online discussions (Emmi Lahti) -- Chapter 7: Social network conversations with young authors of online hate speech against migrants (Stefano Pasta) -- Chapter 8: Hate speech, freedom of expression and the controversies on the regulation of online content (Romain Bedouard) -- Chapter 9: How does online hate speech influence the process of intercultural mediation in the context of migration? (Cecilia Brassier-Rodrigues)
Summary This edited book takes an interdisciplinary approach to shed light on the complex dynamics involved in the incidence of online hate speech against migrants in user-generated contexts. The authors draw on case studies from Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and the UK, bringing together qualitative and quantitative analyses on user-generated online comments. The authors argue that online hate speech against migrants must be understood as a symptom of a representation crisis on migration, which can only be fully perceived through the study of the complex linguistic, interactional and connective processes within which it emerges. They focus on representations and shared meanings, community building and otherness, and delve into the role of network ecosystems in the process of the construction of public problems. This book will be of interest to undergraduate and post-graduate students as well as academics working on hate speech and migration studies in a variety of fields, and can also contribute to improving research protocols for automated analyses and detections of online hate speech. Angeliki Monnier is Professor in Information and Communication Sciences at Universite de Lorraine, Metz, France, and director of the Centre for Research on Mediations (CREM). Axel Boursier is Associate Professor in Information and Communication Sciences at CY Cergy Paris Universite, France, and a member of the Lexicons, Texts, Discourses and Dictionaries (LT2D) laboratory. Annabelle Seoane is Associate Professor in Linguistics and Language Teaching at Universite de Lorraine, Metz, France, and a member of the Centre for Research on Mediations (CREM)
Notes Includes index
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Subject Immigrants -- Public opinion -- Case studies
Emigration and immigration -- Public opinion -- Case studies
Online hate speech -- Case studies
Language and the Internet -- Case studies
Internet and immigrants -- Case studies
Emigration and immigration -- Public opinion
Immigrants -- Public opinion
Internet and immigrants
Language and the Internet
Online hate speech
Genre/Form Case studies
Case studies.
√Čtudes de cas.
Form Electronic book
Author Monnier, Angeliki, editor.
Boursier, Axel, editor.
Seoane, Annabelle, editor
ISBN 9783030921033
3030921034