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dc.contributor.authorAssimakopoulos, Stavrosen
dc.contributor.authorBaider, Fabienne H.en
dc.contributor.authorMillar, Sharonen
dc.contributor.editorAssimakopoulos, Stavrosen
dc.contributor.editorBaider, Fabienne H.en
dc.contributor.editorMillar, Sharonen
dc.creatorAssimakopoulos, Stavrosen
dc.creatorBaider, Fabienne H.en
dc.creatorMillar, Sharonen
dc.description.abstractMigration phenomena characterised by a large influx of populations can easily question our conception of territories and social relations. Since this conception is part and parcel of our identity, migration has the power to trigger political discourses on identity issues. One such occasion has indeed been unravelling lately, especially since the summer of 2015, with the arrival in the European Union (henceforth EU) of migrants from a variety of places, and in particular from regions in conflict, such as Syria, Libya or Iraq, countries under totalitarian regimes, such as Erythrea, as well as countries with high levels of poverty, such as Pakistan and Bangladesh. As a result, Europe has been politically and socially shaken: photos of thousands of migrants roaming across Europe have made the news, and such media images have been instrumentalised to serve different, often far-right, political agendas.en
dc.publisherSpringer International Publishingen
dc.sourceOnline Hate Speech in the European Union: A Discourse-Analytic Perspectiveen
dc.titleIntroduction and Backgrounden
dc.description.endingpage16Σχολή Ανθρωπιστικών Επιστημών / Faculty of HumanitiesΤμήμα Γαλλικών και Ευρωπαϊκών Σπουδών / Department of French and European Studies
dc.type.uhtypeBook Chapteren
dc.description.notes<p>ID: Assimakopoulos2017</p>en
dc.contributor.orcidBaider, Fabienne H. [0000-0002-7548-7680]
dc.contributor.orcidAssimakopoulos, Stavros [0000-0002-2088-8380

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