8 edition of Hate speech found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Rita Kirk Whillock, David Slayden, editors.|
|Contributions||Whillock, Rita Kirk., Slayden, David.|
|LC Classifications||P95.54 .H38 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|ISBN 10||0803972083, 0803972091|
|LC Control Number||95009038|
Hate is a topic that fascinates and repels people. Hate Speech provides a powerful way to look at issues of communication, ethics, and society. An original and insightful discussion-sparker, this book can be used as a supplement in a range of courses from communication to sociology to ethics and philosophy. Get this from a library! The Harm in Hate Speech. [Jeremy Waldron] -- For constitutionalists, regulation of hate speech violates the First Amendment and damages a free society. Waldron rejects this view, and makes the case that hate speech should be regulated as part.
Hate speech laws in England and Wales are found in several statutes. Expressions of hatred toward someone on account of that person's colour, race, disability, nationality (including citizenship), ethnic or national origin, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation is forbidden. Hate Speech NCAC Staff T Should government control, even ban, speech that “incites religious and ethnic hatred”? Many governments in Europe have answered in the affirmative: they have not only criminalized hate speech, they are actively prosecuting – and occasionally convicting–artists, curators, and writers.
The final book in this category, Paul Coleman’s Censored: How European “Hate Speech” Laws are Threatening Freedom of Speech takes a much deeper dive into the topic of hate speech laws throughout Europe. It explains the history of these laws, including the fascinating fact that the laws, most of which were passed in the immediate post-war. Nadine Strossen explores this idea in her new book, Hate Speech: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship. (Hereafter all page citations are to this book).
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"Hate speech" censorship proponents stress the potential harms such speech might further: discrimination, violence, and psychic injuries. However, there has been little analysis of whether censorship effectively counters the feared by: 6.
Hate speech is a verbal attack targeting a certain race, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation. Hate speech can be communicated via the internet, by phone, in a well-distributed publication, on television or radio broadcasts, or in person.
The limits of free speech Hate speech book the current system do not themselves say anything about the wisdom of new limits on speech. What concerns me about the book is that he is hiding a broad set of concepts and changes to what speech rights means behind a "straw man" called hate speech/5(25).
Books shelved as hate-speech: Viral Hate: Containing Its Spread on the Internet by Abraham H. Foxman, In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome. by Ann Coult. Disability hate speech is an everyday experience for many people, leaving terrible psycho-emotional scars.
This book includes personal testimonies from victims discussing the personal impact of disability hate speech, explaining in detail how such hatred affects them.
In Jeremy Waldron’s book, The Harm in Hate Speech, it is not always clear whether he argues that hate speech causes harm or whether it constitutes harm. This article considers this uncertainty, concluding that the best understanding of Waldron’s argument is that hate speech tends to cause harm - a weak form of the consequentialist case for its by: 1.
The most effective way to counter the potential negative effects of hate speech — which conveys discriminatory or hateful views on the basis of race, religion, gender, and so forth — is not through censorship, but rather through more speech.
And that censorship of hate speech, no matter how well-intended. Every liberal democracy has laws or codes against hate speech—except the United States. For constitutionalists, regulation of hate speech violates the First Amendment and damages a free society.
Against this absolutist view, Jeremy Waldron argues powerfully that hate speech should be regulated as part of our commitment. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Press alt + / to open this menu. The issue of what speech should or may be prohibited on the basis that it incites others to hatred – so‐called ‘hate speech’ – is a matter of great dispute and argumentation globally, although the standards on this under international law are in fact reasonably Size: KB.
(Mike Segar/Reuters) As the protection of collective dignities becomes a growing political priority, governments begin to crack down on more forms of supposed hate : J.
Mccullough. Hate speech as such—hateful speech—I say we have to counter in civil society, by calling people out on it in everyday life.
People say something stupid about Muslims, you call them out on it. People make a stupid racist joke, you call them out on it, either online or in real life. of hate speech may be prone to manipulation: accusations of fomenting hate speech may be traded among political opponents or used by those in power to curb dissent and criticism.
Hate Speech provides the first comprehensive account of the history of the hate speech controversy in the United States. Samuel Walker examines the issue, from the conflicts over the Ku Klux Klan in the s and American Nazi groups in the s, tot he famous Skokie episode inand the campus culture wars of the s.
Under more scrutiny than ever, Facebook finds itself caught in a no-man's land between activists who say it needs to adopt much stricter definitions governing hate speech and critics on the right Author: Ben Wolfgang.
Hate speech is a particularly nasty type of speech, but it is still speech, not conduct, and is covered by the freedom of speech principle (Section 5). Waldron clearly agreesAuthor: Eric Barendt.
This is the myth of the free speech crisis. It is an extension of the political-correctness myth, but is a recent mutation more specifically linked to efforts or impulses to normalise hate speech Author: Nesrine Malik. A fresh perspective on Asian and European hate speech, this book’s evaluation of current of hate speech research also identifies future directions for the development of theory and method.
Filling a critical gap in the literature, Hate Speech in Asia and Europe will appeal to students and scholars of law, politics, religion, history, social. California’s legislature is poised to approve one of the most serious attacks against freedom of speech ever contemplated in U.S.
history this week. Assembly Bill is. The right to freedom of expression entails duties and responsibilities and is subject to certain limits, provided for in Article of the European Convention on Human Rights, which are concerned, among other things, with protecting the rights of others.
Identifying what constitutes "hate speech" is especially difficult because this type of speech does not necessarily involve. There are varying degrees of hate speech, and and rhetoric can escalate from prejudiced language to threats of violence. As Zahra Billoo, the executive director of Author: Rebecca Fishbein.
Hate speech is one of several types of content that Facebook reviews, in addition to threats and harassment. Facebook defines hate speech as: An attack, such as a degrading generalization or : FAHIMA HAQUE.
Natalie: But you do take a hard line in your book that even hate speech must be protected. Erwin: The law under the First Amendment is clear: Hate speech is protected speech. Over colleges and.