Hate speech toward youngsters in online media

Rajab, Husam and Ozoliņa, Nadīna and Denysiuk, Vladyslav and Gennart, Noémie (2021) Hate speech toward youngsters in online media. Proceedings of the first GiLE4Youth International Conference : The Development of Competencies for Employability. pp. 42-49.

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The 21st century has come and is ahead of us, presenting fast changes in people's ways to interact while witnessing massive progress in media and communication. Generation Z, born in 1995, has by now become part of our societies' young workers force at a time when the internet was already well installed. Their progeny, the alpha generation (born after 2010), is part of an ultra-connected world, their parents have been documenting their lives from early birth. In 2020, when the mondial pandemia started spreading, it became a worldwide urge and need to communicate online. To confront the massive societal transformations, education may be getting late raising voices about these virtual relationships and interactions. How does hate speech appear and spread in these conditions? Where to set boundaries when the “ghost is in the wire” and may remain anonymous? Who should we turn to, who is responsible for social media? What are the consequences of mental health? Eventually, which solutions can we, youth workers, implement to support youngsters and prevent hate speech from raising? Those are the questions we wish to investigate.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education / oktatás > LB Theory and practice of education / oktatás elmélete és gyakorlata > LB2300 Higher Education / felsőoktatás
L Education / oktatás > LC Special aspects of education / speciális oktatási formák > LC5201 Education extension. Adult education. Continuing education / felnőttoktatás, folyamatos képzés
Depositing User: Zsolt Baráth
Date Deposited: 04 Apr 2022 09:47
Last Modified: 13 Sep 2022 06:38

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