한국사회의 여성혐오 표현에 관한 경험적 연구

Translated title of the contribution: An Empirical Study on the Gender Conflict and Hate Speech in South Korea

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Abstract

This study empirically analyzes the hypotheses associated with
gender-based hate speech that has recently emerged as a high-profile
issue. According to the results, retrospective and prospective evaluations
of human rights and treatment of women at home had a
significant impact on hate speech. What’s interesting is that male
respondents, who now think women’s rights and treatment at home
are high enough, use hate speech as their prospects are positive in
the future. This can be the result that demonstrates the effect of the
social deprivation presented in this study on the issue of hate. Contrary
to the theoretical expectations presented in the previous studies, the
higher the economic level, the more likely it was to use hate speech.
Translated title of the contributionAn Empirical Study on the Gender Conflict and Hate Speech in South Korea
Original languageKorean
Article number6:2
Pages (from-to)207
Number of pages231
JournalCulture and Politics
Volume6
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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