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Language, Gender and Hate Speech

A Multidisciplinary Approach

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Giuliana Giusti    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia     ORCID iD

Gabriele Iannàccaro    Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italia    

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Gender, language and hate speech: Are these concepts unrelated to each other, or is it possible to find a common research thread that allows us to understand them as two aspects of the same social phenomenon? This is the question to which the book aims to give an answer, through the support of experts and scholars in the areas of Linguistics, Education, Sociology, Legal and Political Studies. The volume collects some of the papers presented at the LIGHTS (Gender equality and hate words / Language gender and HaTe Speech) conference, held at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice on October 2018, which represented a significant moment of discussion and confrontation on the power of language for the maintenance or, hopefully, the deconstruction of social and political stereotypes.

Keywords: Politeness Formulas. Gender equality. Gender-Specific Swear Words. Gender Perception. Gender Studies. Human rights. Media. Gendered Hate Speech. Woman. Violence. Gender-Inclusive Language. Italian Sociolinguistics. Hate Speech. Gender resolution. Nouns of occupations. Multimodal analysis. Inclusive language. Women. Feminisation. Media language. Repetition. Freedom of speech. Free Speech. Algerian press. Corpus linguistics. Discrimination. Politics. Reduction. Algerian French. Corpus Linguistics. Hate Crimes. Text Analysis. Brexit. Italian Language and Linguistics. Internet Regulation. Sexism. Language emancipation. CDA. Italian Morphology. CMC. Conservativeness. Gender Representation. Jurisdiction. Feminization. Recipient. Criminalization in Italy. Linguistic sexism. Language and gender. VAWG. Authority. Ciao. Innovativeness. Grammatical gender. Political speech. Homonationalism. Misogyny. WhatsApp Communication. Gender. Italy. LGBTQ+. Interaction. Feminine Job Titles. Stereotypes. Female Voters. Sexist Language. Gender Stereotypes. Spoken Communication. Hate speech. Survey Methods. EU Legislation. Council of Europe. Global Media Monitoring Project. Topic modelling.


Published: Dec. 29, 2020  

Language: en

ISBN (print): 978-88-6969-479-0    ISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-478-3

permalink http://doi.org/10.30687/978-88-6969-478-3

Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 

Table of contents

Some Reflections on Language, Gender and Hate Speech
Giuliana Giusti    Gabriele Iannàccaro   
Dec. 29, 2020
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The Reception of Women’s Political Speech
Deborah Cameron   
Dec. 29, 2020
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Part I • Corpus-Based and Experimental Studies
A Corpus-Based Study on the Representation of Gender-Based Violence in Italian Media
Lucia Busso    Claudia Roberta Combei    Ottavia Tordini   
Dec. 29, 2020
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Larissa Binder    Simone Ueberwasser    Elisabeth Stark   
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A Survey Involving Italian Native Speakers
Giorgia Castenetto    Stefano Ondelli   
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The Case of the Italian cià cià and Similar Expressions
Anna Chiara Pagliaro   
Dec. 29, 2020
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Part ΙΙ • Juridical Perspectives, Monitoring and Good Practices
The Work of the Council of Europe
Daniele Cangemi   
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A Case Study of Offences Against Women
Francesca Ferrucci   
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Good Practices to Prevent and Counter the Spread of Illegal Hate Speech Online
Caterina Flick   
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The Case of the Press in the International Women’s Day
Michele Bevilacqua   
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