In this article, I will study the polemic that was triggered in January 2021 in the social networks (Twitter, Facebook, commentary space of the online press) by the hashtag #commentfairepourqueleshommesarretentdevioler. Following an overview of the research around hate speech and its regulation on Twitter, I will analyze the technodiscursive characteristics (Paveau, 2017) of this hashtag as well as the reactions of Internet users to show how it allows for the reconfiguration of the authority relationship between genders.

Discours de haine (?) dans les réseaux sociaux numériques : le cas de #commentfairepourqueleshommesarretentdevioler

Stefano Vicari
2022-01-01

Abstract

In this article, I will study the polemic that was triggered in January 2021 in the social networks (Twitter, Facebook, commentary space of the online press) by the hashtag #commentfairepourqueleshommesarretentdevioler. Following an overview of the research around hate speech and its regulation on Twitter, I will analyze the technodiscursive characteristics (Paveau, 2017) of this hashtag as well as the reactions of Internet users to show how it allows for the reconfiguration of the authority relationship between genders.
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