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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

Special Edition: Discourses of Hate - Guest Editors' Introduction

Abstract

Hate flourishes in an enabling environment; it is nourished by broadly circulating narratives of hostility and demonisation. This has become painfully clear in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election as President of the United States in 2016, where the ongoing xenophobic commentary embedded in his Twitter feeds, public speeches, and even policy initiatives has generated increased hostility directed toward Others throughout the nation. This special edition of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy aims to provide insights and analyses into public discourses of hate as found in political speech, popular expression, and media representations, inter alia. These narratives resonate with existing public sentiment around race, religion, gender, immigration, and an array of other flash points.

To access the full text of the introducton to this special issue on discourses of hate, download the accompanying PDF file.

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Pages:1 to 3
Section: Editorial

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Author Biography

University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Canada Canada

Professor

Faculty of Social Science and Humanities

Open Access Journal
ISSN 2202-8005