Cartoon violence and freedom of expression.
Keane, David (2008) Cartoon violence and freedom of expression. Human Rights Quarterly, 30 (4). pp. 845-876. ISSN 0275-0392
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The publication of the "Danish cartoons" generated a continuing conflict between freedom of expression and religious tolerance. The article examines the history of cartoon satire, invoking past examples of racial and religious discrimination in cartoons while emphasizing the important role cartoonists have played in criticizing and checking the exercise of power. The legal implications of the "Danish cartoons" is analyzed through the lens of international human rights law, in particular the concepts of hate speech, racial discrimination and religious defamation. Finally the present movement in the UN towards "cartooning for peace" is promoted.
|Research Areas:||A. > School of Law > Law and Politics|
|Depositing User:||Dr David Keane|
|Date Deposited:||29 Mar 2010 11:03|
|Last Modified:||18 Mar 2015 11:38|
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