Posts Tagged ‘hate speech’

 
 

Radio & Rwanda Genocide (in Dutch)

This bachelor-thesis is about the role of RTLM during the Rwanda Genocide of 1994.
In the years after the genocide of Rwanda, the involvement of Hutu radiostation ‘RTLM’ has been established.
In this research paper, the actual level of involvement is studied. This is done by the usage of secundaire literature,
because this is a literature review. In [...]

Genocide prevention

This thesis is about genocide prevention and describes information intervention as a reaction to hate speech and propaganda. This thesis is in Dutch.

The technique of incitement to hatred

This thesis describes the technique of incitement to hatred and explaines how it is used in Rwanda and former Yugoslavia. This thesis is in Dutch.

The Use of Propaganda in the Rwandan Genocide; A Study of RTLM

This thesis analyzes the use of propaganda through RTLM in the genocide in 1994. The purpose of it is to develop a further understanding of its role.

Deconstructing hate speech in the D.R.C.: A psychological media sensitization campaign. Deconstructing hate speech in the D.R.C.: A psychological media sensitization campaign.

Vollhardt, J., Coutin, M., Staub, E., Weiss, G. & Deflander, J. (2007). Deconstructing hate speech in the D.R.C.: A psychological media sensitization campaign. Journal of Hate Studies, 5, 15-36.
In this article Vollhardt et al. discuss the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo during the presidential elections in 2006. The authors provide an overview of [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010
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Hate Radio coming up in Burundi

During the ongoing election period in Burundi – Rwanda’s neighboring country with a similar ethnic composition and history of recurring violent conflict – hate speech on the airwaves seems to have flared up, giving rise to fears of a derailing of the promising democratic process in the country.
Follow the evolving story here:
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/06/25/whats_the_frequency_nkurunziza?page=0,0&sms_ss=email
George Weiss, Director of [...]

Author: Julia Hoffmann
Posted on: July 7, 2010
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Genocide on the airwaves: an analysis of the international law concerning radio jamming

Rajadhyaksha, M. (2006). Genocide on the airwaves: an analysis of the international law concerning radio jamming.  Journal of Hate Studies, 5(1), 99-118.
In this article Meghna Rajadhyaksha tells about how the Rwanda genocide can be used as an example for allowing radio jamming in case of hate speech. She tells how easy it could have been [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: June 30, 2010