Sharing is Caring
Addressing shared issues and challenges in hate speech research
Sünje Paasch-Colberg, Christian Strippel, Martin Emmer & Joachim Trebbe
DOI 10.48541/dcr.v12.1 (SSOAR)
Abstract: This book is the result of a conference that could not take place. It is a collection of 26 texts that address and discuss the latest developments in international hate speech research from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives. This includes case studies from Brazil, Lebanon, Poland, Nigeria, and India, theoretical introductions to the concepts of hate speech, dangerous speech, incivility, toxicity, extreme speech, and dark participation, as well as reflections on methodological challenges such as scraping, annotation, datafication, implicity, explainability, and machine learning. As such, it provides a much-needed forum for cross-national and cross-disciplinary conversations in what is currently a very vibrant field of research.
Joachim Trebbe is Professor for Media and Communication Studies at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
Paasch-Colberg, S., Strippel, C., Emmer, M., & Trebbe, J. (2023). Sharing is caring: Addressing shared issues and challenges in hate speech research. In C. Strippel, S. Paasch-Colberg, M. Emmer, & J. Trebbe (Eds.), Challenges and perspectives of hate speech research (pp. 11–22). Digital Communication Research. https://doi.org/10.48541/dcr.v12.1
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