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Foto på Patrik Olsson av Emma Lord

Patrik Olsson

Universitetslektor

Foto på Patrik Olsson av Emma Lord

Cyberhate: the globalization of hate

Författare

  • Barbara Perry
  • Patrik Olsson

Summary, in English

Increasingly, scholars are examining the ways in which the Internet allows the hate movement to retrench and reinvent itself as a viable collective. The many electronic means available to the movement – blogs, newsgroups, ’zines, etc. – allow an ease of communication and dissemination of their views never before possible. While there are obvious points of convergence across the various Klan groups, or identity churches, or skinhead organizations, the hate movement has historically been varied and, in fact, fractured. Internet communication facilitates the creation of the collective identity that is so important to movement cohesiveness. Clearly, this has strengthened the domestic presence of these groups in countries like the United States, Germany and Sweden. Yet relatively less attention has been paid to the way in which the Web facilitates the consolidation of a global movement. Internet communication knows no national boundaries. Consequently, it allows the hate movement to extend its collective identity internationally, thereby facilitating a potential ‘global racist subculture’. It is this process that we seek to uncover in this paper, with an eye to thinking about ways to intervene so as to weaken the impact.

Publiceringsår

2009-06

Språk

Engelska

Sidor

185-199

Publikation/Tidskrift/Serie

Information & Communications Technology Law

Volym

18

Dokumenttyp

Artikel i tidskrift

Förlag

Routledge

Ämne

  • Law and Society

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Övrigt

  • ISSN: 1469-8404