Teme antisemite şi de negare a holocaustului în media din românia anului 2007
Antisemitic and denial themes of Holocaust used in Romanian media during 2007
The following study uses qualitative analysis to identify the main anti-semitic and denial themes used in Romanian media. The ethical hypothesis of the analysis is that, in the modern society freedom of expression is not unlimited. There are messages which incite hate or which urge for discriminatory actions. In 2002, Romania has rallied together with other countries which implemented active policies in order to discourage negationism and profascist symbolism. Despite this the media continues to disseminate anti-semitic and negationist symbols. The paper is structured around themes and the media instruments used to transmit negationist and anti-semitic messages. Following a definition of Holocaust denial and anti-semitism, we focus on clearly underlining some specific topics. One of the conclusions is that the symbolical manifestations which can be seen in the mainstream are diminishing, while violent and vocal negationism is becoming repetitive.
Link to article (paywalled), Teme antisemite şi de negare a holocaustului în media din românia anului 2007
Teme antisemite şi de negare a holocaustului în media din românia anului 2007. 2009: 119-138. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-1394