Catalyst of hate? Ethnic insulting on YouTube in the aftermath of terror attacks in France, Germany and the United Kingdom 2014–2017
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, August 2022
Christian S. Czymara, Stephan Dochow-Sondershaus, Lucas G. Drouhot, Müge Simsek, Christoph Spörlein
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