Umati Online Media Monitoring Project releases October 2012 initial results

From *iHub_ Fri Dec 14 2012, 09:11:39

While most projects related to hate speech have been looking at mainstream media, we are aware of the influence--positive and negative--that New Media such as the blogosphere and online forums had on the 2007 Post Election Violence in Kenya. Therefore, our flagship Umati project seeks to monitor and report, for the first time, the role [...]

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