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Misogyny on Twitter

2014
Themen
Empirische Studien
Grundlagen und Begriffseinordnung
Wirtschaftliche Aspekte
Demos
Jamie Bartlett, Richard Norrie, Sofia Patel, Rebekka Rumpel and Simon Wibberley
18 Seiten
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This report reveals that of over 100,000 Tweets mentioning ‘rape’ between 26th Decmber 2013 and 9th February 2014, more than 1 in 10 appeared to be threatening in nature. A high proportion of Tweets containing misogynistc language were judged to be doing so in a ‘casual’ or metaphorical way. This report also suggests that women are almost as likely as men to use the terms ‘slut’ and ‘whore’ on Twitter, and that women are increasingly inclined to use the same derogatory language that has been, and continues to be, used against them. Finally, unusual use of misogynistc terms tends to be in response to events such as television programmes, rather than to rape coverage in the media.

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