A Bi-partisan Deal: Stopping the Voices in Cyberspace
School of Communications
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
For almost a decade, politicians, pundits, the press, and academics, have criticized the anonymity of the Internet for promoting hostile political speech. The fact that this hostility generated political dollars kept direct calls for action at bay. This paper analyzes the shift in rhetoric that took place following the Tucson shootings as members of both the Right and Left made moves to offer solutions to the dangerous voices in cyberspace.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Leek, Danielle, "A Bi-partisan Deal: Stopping the Voices in Cyberspace" (2011). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 221.
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