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Hate versus Politics: Detection of Hate against Policy makers in Italian tweets [article]

Armend Duzha, Cristiano Casadei, Michael Tosi, Fabio Celli
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we address the issue of classification of hate speech against policy makers from Twitter in Italian, producing the first resource of this type in this language.  ...  Accurate detection of hate speech against politicians, policy making and political ideas is crucial to maintain democracy and free speech.  ...  For more information, please get in touch with fabio.celli@maggioli.it.  ... 
arXiv:2107.05357v1 fatcat:scahjz7dnrcjlnboesh5tgu62a

A systematic review of Hate Speech automatic detection using Natural Language Processing [article]

Md Saroar Jahan, Mourad Oussalah
2021 arXiv   pre-print
challenge to society, individual, policy-makers and researchers.  ...  With the multiplication of social media platforms, which offer anonymity, easy access and online community formation, and online debate, the issue of hate speech detection and tracking becomes a growing  ...  their opinions and counter-attacks from opponents and the delay in manual check by internet operators, the propagation of hate speech online has gained new momentum that continuously challenges both policy-makers  ... 
arXiv:2106.00742v1 fatcat:qwxjwgma4zaynemge57cu7xqlm

"Fight, Die, and If Required Kill": Hindu Nationalism, Misinformation, and Islamophobia in India

Amarnath Amarasingam, Sanober Umar, Shweta Desai
2022 Religions  
This article provides a deep dive into several recent cases of majoritarian hate speech and violence perpetrated against Muslims in India.  ...  We first provide an introduction to Hindutva as a social movement in India, followed by an examination of three case studies in which Islamophobic hate speech circulated on social media, as well as several  ...  This policy sought to cause fissures among natives and govern them by pitting them against one another.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel13050380 fatcat:ppvcwnsg55alvj7ptg3dfke7pq

Novi oblici manipuliranja u digitaliziranom prostoru javnog znanja i potreba za uspostavom digitalnog i podatkovnog suvereniteta

Nikola Mlinac, Gordan Akrap, Jadranka Lasić Lazić
2021 National security and the future  
in a "us versus them" dynamic.  ...  detection tool.  ... 
doi:10.37458/nstf.21.3.1 fatcat:e6nysn5k35cy7cjib2bmzubcne

Global Health: Refugees and Caring for the Forgotten [chapter]

2018 Introduction to International Political Economy  
of the European Union, the IMF, and the OECD that were directed at policy makers.  ...  According to Hirschman and Berman, supposedly technical policy devices such as GDP and the in�ation rate actually all "involve political and moral choices," and their use by policy makers deeply affects  ...  Self-reliance would also enhance the political and economic independence of developing nations and limit the in�uence of international agribusiness corporations and protectionist trade policies in the  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315463452-27 fatcat:7qlzfc5jafbapnh7blw7wujszq

Introducing Vigilant Audiences [chapter]

Daniel Trottier, Rashid Gabdulhakov, Qian Huang
2020 Introducing Vigilant Audiences  
His research interests include media discourse analysis, media policy and digital culture. He is an alumnus of the Annenberg Oxford media policy institute (Oxford, 2015).  ...  Her research appeared in numerous journals, including Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Terrorism and Political Violence, International Studies Review, New Media & Society and Global Crime.  ...  A series of objects-institutions perpetuate the visibility of the mission -securing the French-Italian border against immigrants -although the action itself is over and its protagonist now involved in  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0200.01 fatcat:yooa3l6jvjhy3jprgn4hnj4jsm

Using Argumentation to Improve Classification in Natural Language Problems

Lucas Carstens, Francesca Toni
2017 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology  
Argumentation has proven successful in a number of domains, including multi-agent systems and decision support in medicine and engineering.  ...  Recently, however, there appears to be a growing consent that, in order to achieve significant advances in certain areas of artificial intelligence, in general, and computational linguistics, in particular  ...  capable (I))} RST ρ hate (I) hate in I is in nucleus P remise(κ hate (I)) 0.4 P ro {(ρ hate (I), κ hate (I)} ρ succeed (I) succeed in I is in satellite P remise(κ succeed (I)) 0.4 Con {(ρ succeed (I),  ... 
doi:10.1145/3017679 fatcat:dt5n5efxkfcvlkdbxnmnngs5g4

YouTubers as satirists: Humour and remix in online video

Patrícia Dias da Silva, José Luís Garcia
2012 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
It is timely to understand which part of "playing" is in fact an expressive practice with political significance.  ...  This article aims to discuss the role humour plays in politics, particularly in a media environment overflowing with user-generated video.  ...  portrays Hitler -affiliated with the Associazione Nazionale Circolo della Libertà, an Italian political movement -trying to find ways of creating distractions from news against Berlusconi.  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v4i1.95 fatcat:lgxks5ayvjbhhelm76eeeikzfm

RAISD D4.1 Cross-Analysis: Vulnerability Context_Definition and Guidelines

Nezih Orhon, Tayfun Dalkılıç, Elif Akcakaya, All Partners
2021 Zenodo  
In terms of methodology, RAISD applies a triangular perspective: Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), action research, and socio-ecological models.  ...  All of them are related to the implication of stakeholders, vulnerable groups themselves, and different levels of social contexts and institutions.  ...  established interviews in each country; stakeholders and Action Research Unit members were also important resources to gather necessary information of the work; also Advisory Board members provided insights  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6683822 fatcat:qqqskhgvuffn7bfnch2j32n2zq

Reading In-Between the Lines: An Analysis of Dissenter [article]

Erik Rye and Jeremy Blackburn and Robert Beverly
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Efforts by content creators and social networks to enforce legal and policy-based norms, e.g., blocking hate speech and users, has driven the rise of unrestricted communication platforms.  ...  Using curated rankings of media bias, we examine the conditional probability of hateful comments given left and right-leaning content.  ...  Further, future research in the measurements community is uniquely positioned to have meaningful impact in addressing societal problems of toxicity and hate speech. e work of policy makers and other experts  ... 
arXiv:2009.01772v1 fatcat:j7tvuein5rcnxbi3xffdzrey3i

Post-Daesh Challenges for Europe

Onur Sultan
2018 Horizon Insights  
H4 : In the framework of political warfare; the EU has less effective counter measures against Russian political warfare on the West.  ...  Conclusion and Recommendations This article, as the first of three articles in series, proposed a conceptual framework and some supporting models for policy makers, planners, and practitioners to better  ... 
doi:10.31175/hi.2018.01.05 fatcat:e2dq4p3745afndtogzcmtupcua

Covid-19 as an "invisible other" and socio-spatial distancing within a one-metre individual bubble

Annamaria Silvana de Rosa, Terri Mannarini
2021 Urban Design International  
Finally, the fourth section summarizes the contribution that social science research can offer to policy makers in time of crisis for strengthening community cohesion and reshaping places for social coexistence  ...  Inspired by the social representation theory, the article embraces many aspects of the way in which the space dimension in social distancing has become a central measure for both one's own and others'  ...  Acknowledgements The image presented in Fig. 4 -a lady embracing a monument as an expression of love-is reproduced with kind permission of H. Walton/T.G. Townshend (Source: Townshend, in press).  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41289-021-00151-z fatcat:yjo7r24h3zcqnhulviytk7gnwm

Digital constitutionalism across the Atlantic

Giovanni De Gregorio
2022 Global Constitutionalism  
of the Digital Services Act.  ...  of online platforms, thus underlining different expressions of digital constitutionalism across the Atlantic.  ...  . 86 Furthermore, the Commission introduced softlaw regulatory solutions through which the Commission is trying to cooperate with platforms in the fight against certain forms of expression (e.g. hate  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2045381722000016 fatcat:d2pp25zcv5hcdbpz2urekj4vd4

Great Power Blame Game: The Ongoing War of Words Over COVID-19

Melissa Conley Tyler, Asialink, Tiffany Liu, Asialink
2020 Melbourne Asia Review  
The resulting decisions are becoming political statements in themselves-wearing a mask in the US is a sign of which side you've picked in the scientists versus naysayers culture war playing out across  ...  system, party politics and foreign policy.  ... 
doi:10.37839/mar2652-550x2.17 fatcat:umdd6tuh2rgwnaiyuzwtsutovq

Volume 66.1 (2021)

2021 American Studies  
We want to be rid of smack and crack. We want to retire by the river and raise collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We are seizing the hour.  ...  We want to retire by the river, and plant collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We want our city back. We don't want law and order. We want justice and jobs.  ...  by U.S. policy makers.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2021/1/1 fatcat:2pzafrkb6ndmhope6ewwzi6to4
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