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  • 木藤 洋輔, 森 邦彦, 小田 謙太郎
    電気関係学会九州支部連合大会講演論文集
    2016年 2016 巻 11-1A-09
    発行日: 2016/09/21
    公開日: 2018/02/16
    会議録・要旨集 フリー
     本研究では,特定のメディアが提供した情報が,ブログ,SNS,掲示板等ネット上の言論が展開されるサービスを介して流通し,ネット言論を形成すると仮定し,その形成過程をモデル化した.本研究の目的はそのモデルを基に,特定メディアのネット上での影響力の監視などを定量的分析を元にすることである.手法として,従来のような言語処理的に言論の内容そのものを分析せず,特定メディアが配信した記事のTwitterのリツイート数や検索エンジンでのヒット数などを影響力の指標とした.実際に,API等を利用して解析した結果,一部のメディアに異常な偏りがあり,ネット言論の多様性が失われている可能性が示唆された.
  • 宮城 佑輔
    アジア研究
    2016年 62 巻 2 号 18-36
    発行日: 2016/04/30
    公開日: 2016/05/17
    ジャーナル フリー
    During the 2000s, grass-root xenophobic movements have developed in East Asian countries. In Japan, many groups calling themselves “Conservatives In Action” and within them, the core group called “Zaitokukai” have been criticized by many people for their use of hate speech. Counter-protesters have fought them not only on the street but also on the internet.
    The radicalization of mass media discourse has been identified by critics. For example, “Book Lovers Against Racism” (BLAR) condemns publications containing xenophobic figures as “hate books.” Influenced by those books, Conservatives In Action and Zaitokukai have developed their own mass media organization and discourse.
    Although people criticize the current trend of books that contain bitter criticisms of China, South Korea, and North Korea as “hate books,” such labeling tends to obfuscate the differences between Old and New Conservative media. In fact, while New Conservative media uses hate speech as an “effective measure,” many Old Conservative media sources criticize the practice.
    This paper explores the magazine Japanism as an example of New Conservative media speech. Seirindo, the publisher of Japanism, has published books by former Zaitokukai leader Makoto Sakurai. His books were meant to encourage the Conservatives In Action and Zaitokukai.
    This paper also compares the perspectives of Old Conservative media, using the example of Seiron, with those of New Conservative media, using the example of Japanism, to explore the respective views of Old and New Conservative media on China, South Korea, and North Korea.
    Some critics believe views expressed by Old and New conservative media exist in different methodologies but are based on the same idea. This paper reveals that their differences exist not only in their methodologies but also in their ideas. Specifically, while their perspectives on China are similar, their perspectives on South Korea and North Korea are quite different. Before the main analysis, this paper follows the long-term change of the social movement led by Zaitokukai to focus on the initial split of the two conservative groups. After that, several specific differences between Old and New Conservative media are discussed.
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