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NHRCK Report on Hate Speech

  • 2020-02-04
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Chapter 1. Introduction of the Phenomenon of Hate
  1. Introduction
  2. Background and Causes of Hate
    1) Hate as a Method of Power
    2) Hate as a Social Pathological Phenomenon
    3) Political Directions of Reactions to Hate Speech

Chapter 2. Concept and Types of Hate Speech
  1. Concept of Hate Speech
  2. Factors of Hate Speech
    1) Groups with Particular Characteristics
    2) Negative Ideas and Prejudice
    3) Words, Actions, and other Behaviors of Expression
    4) Encouraging Discrimination
  3. Types of Hate Speech
    1) Insulting Hate Speech
    2) Inciting Hate Speech


Chapter 3. The Evils of Hate Speech
  1. Negation of Human Dignity and Violations of Individual Human Rights
    1) Negation of Human Dignity and Values
    2) Violation of Personal Rights
  2. Distortion of Democracy and Hindrance to Social Integration
    1) Distortion or Negation of Democracy
    2) Hindering Social Integration


Chapter 4. Reactions and Considerations towards Hate Speech
  1. Reactions towards Hate Speech
    1) Limitations in Behavior
      ① Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Regulations
     ② Self-Regulation
    2) Creating Environments
      ① Education, Promotion, and Policies at the Country and Local Government Levels
      ② Reactive Policies of Companies and Civic Society
   2. Things to Consider when Reacting to Hate Speech

     1) Status of People that Cause Hate Speech

     2) Context of Hate Speech 

     3) Range of Hate Speech 

     4) Media of Hate Speech
     5) Intentions and Effects of Hate Speech


Chapter 5. Conclusion

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