#No2Sectarianism: Experimental Approaches to Reducing Sectarian Hate Speech Online

@article{Siegel2020No2SectarianismEA,
  title={\#No2Sectarianism: Experimental Approaches to Reducing Sectarian Hate Speech Online},
  author={Alexandra A. Siegel and V. Badaan},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  year={2020},
  volume={114},
  pages={837 - 855}
}
We use an experiment across the Arab Twittersphere and a nationally representative survey experiment in Lebanon to evaluate what types of counter-speech interventions are most effective in reducing sectarian hate speech online. We explore whether and to what extent messages priming common national identity or common religious identity, with and without elite endorsements, decrease the use of hostile anti-outgroup language. We find that elite-endorsed messages that prime common religious… Expand
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