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Speaking back : the free speech versus hate speech debate

Speaking back : the free speech versus hate speech debate (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Gelber, Katharine.
Title Statement
Speaking back : the free speech versus hate speech debate / Katharine Gelber.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Amsterdam ;   Philadelphia :   J. Benjamins Pub. Co.,   c2002.  
Physical Medium
ix, 176 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture,1569-9463 ; v. 1
ISBN
1588111881
Content Notes
Machine generated contents note: Introduction CHAPTER 1 The problem: An example of racial anti-vilification laws in practice, 1989-1998 13 The legislation 13 Aims and objectives 13 Remedies 15 Statutory definitions 16 Exemptions 17 1989-1998: The problems 19 Complaint procedures - an individual, private resolution to a public problem 19 Defining "hate speech" 25 Conclusion 27 CHAPTER 2 Expanding speech liberties: A capabilities approach 29 Flaws in the major arguments in defence of free speech 29 What kind of liberty? 36 A capabilities approach to speech policy 38 CHAPTER 3 Speech as conduct 49 A speech-conduct dichotomy 50 Performatives and Constatives 51 Policy applications of the performative-constative distinction 53 The illocutionary possibilities of speech 55 Preliminary observations on the application of Habermas' validity claims to an analysis of speech-acts 60 Habermas' validity claims 64 Content-neutrality? 66 The need for a response 67 CHAPTER 4 Hate speech as harmful conduct: The phenomenology of hate-speech-acts 69 A straightforward case 70 A more sophisticated, and difficult, example 75 "An undeserving complaint" 80 The perlocutionary effects of hate-speech-acts 82 A new hate speech policy 87 CHAPTER 5 Australia, the UK and the USA compared 93 Similarities in the nations studied 93 Differences in the nations studied 96 Means of implementing international treaty obligations 96 Mechanisms for the protection of free speech 98 Policy responses to hate speech oo CHAPTER 6 A policy of 'speaking back' 117 Implementing a "speaking back" policy 117 Types of responses 122 Institutions 124 Possible objections 125 Other hate speech policy proposals 129 Potential applications - the "hard cases" 132.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-166) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Oral communication --Social aspects. Hate speech. Freedom of speech. Speech acts (Linguistics).
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Contents information

Author Introduction

캐서린 겔버(지은이)

퀸스랜드 대학의 정치학 및 공공 정책 교수이다. 전공은 표현의 자유와 표현의 규제. 2014년에 루크 맥나마라와 함께 호주 정치학 협회가 주관하는 최고의 정치학 학술 논문에 주는 메이어 학술 논문상을 수상했다. 2011년 『문제는 말이다: 표현의 자유 바로잡기Speech Matters: Getting Free Speech Right』을 출간했으며 이 책은 호주 인권상 최종 수상 후보작(논픽션 부문)이었다. 같은 해 표현의 자유에 대한 기여로 펜 케닐리 상을 수상했으며, UN 지역 전문가 회의에 표현의 자유와 국제법의 인종 혐오 규정을 준수하고 있는지에 관한 호주 전문가 증인으로 초청되기도 했다. 2009년에 ‘표현의 자유와 한계’라는 주제로 애들레이드 시의 미첼 연설Mitchell Oration 을 발표했으며, 지금까지 『9·11 이후의 표현의 자유』를 포함한 세 권의 단행본을 출간했고 표현의 자유와 관련한 주요 책들의 공저자로 참여했다. 2017년 뉴욕 컬럼비아 대학교의 글로벌 표현의 자유 프로젝트 방문 학자였으며, 그해 12월 ‘표현의 자유와 불만’이라는 주제로 프린스턴 대학 인간 가치 센터 워크숍을 수잔 브리슨 교수와 공동으로 주최했다.

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