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Discurso de ódio, análise bibliométrica, redes sociais, interdisciplinaridade, produção científica, visibilidade

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As repercussões do discurso de ódio, tanto em nível pessoal como social, têm sido intensificadas pelas redes sociais. Isso o tornou um centro de interesse para inúmeras revistas científicas, o que aumenta a visibilidade desse problema global. O objetivo desta pesquisa é analisar as métricas descritivas básicas da produção científica sobre discurso de ódio e redes sociais, bem como explorar a interdisciplinaridade dessas abordagens. Com base neste objetivo, foi realizado um estudo bibliométrico com base em trabalhos indexados na base de dados Scopus relacionados com o binômio «discurso de ódio» e «redes sociais», compreendendo o período temporal de 20 anos (2001 a 2020). As métricas utilizadas mostram que, a partir de 2017, esse tema começa a despertar maior interesse entre os pesquisadores, constituindo-se em indicador suficiente para considerar o tema como de interesse da comunidade científica. A pesquisa conjunta entre os dois conceitos eleva seus níveis de qualidade do ponto de vista estritamente métrico. As áreas «Ciência da Computação» e «Ciências Sociais» são as duas que definem claramente a produção científica sobre esta temática. A inversão dos percentuais em termos de áreas de origem dos trabalhos e citações nessas duas áreas evidenciam essa interdisciplinaridade. Os indicadores obtidos mostram a relevância e transcendência de um problema social diante do qual medidas proativas devem ser implementadas.

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