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研究生:林海威
研究生(外文):Lim, Kevin
論文名稱:全為了好玩? Youtube酸民文化研究
論文名稱(外文):They do it for the Lulz: Examining Trolls in the Context of YouTube
指導教授:王淑美王淑美引用關係
指導教授(外文):Wang, Su Mei
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:國際傳播英語碩士學位學程(IMICS)
學門:傳播學門
學類:一般大眾傳播學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
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全為了好玩? Youtube酸民文化研究
Online trolls, who hide behind the veil of anonymity to obtain “lulz,” or entertainment from causing distress and pain to others, have been in existence since the advent of the internet. However, the rise of social media and the internet’s increased capabilities for a more global and interconnected community of interaction has concurrently brought to light the damaging effects of trolls, and the mysterious individuals lurking behind the mask. There are many classifications of online trolls, all defined specifically by the spaces they inhabit. Previous academics have investigated trolls in a few of these online contexts including Facebook, Reddit and Wikipedia.
This thesis aims to extend the academic discussion of trolls to YouTube, specifically through examining the comments sections of famed YouTube user PewDiePie. First observed by Hardaker (2010), trollish characteristics such as ‘deception,’ ‘aggression,’ ‘disruption,’ and ‘success’ are assessed in context of YouTube. This study will also attempt to investigate the further social implications of online trolls such as their discriminatory tendencies as well as analyzing the persona behind the troll’s mask.

Abstract i
List of Tables iv
Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
Chapter 2 – Literature Review 4
2.1 What are Trolls? 4
2.2 Hiding Behind the Veil: Online Anonymity as an Affordance for Trolls 8
2.3 The Culture of “Lulz”: It’s what Trolls Live For 14
2.4 Distinguishing Trolls from Other Online Deviants 21
2.5 Trolls Come in all Shapes and Sizes 30
2.5.1 Wikipedia Trolls 31
2.5.2 Reddit Trolls 32
2.5.3 Trolls on Facebook: the Memorial Troll 33
2.5.4 Trolls on Online Newspaper/Magazine websites 35
2.5.5 Twitter Trolls 36
2.5.6 Anonymous Group 38
2.5.7 YouTube Trolls 40
2.6 Investigating the Deeper Implications of Trolls 44
2.7 Extending Research to YouTube Platform 52
2.7.1 The Rise of YouTube 53
2.7.2 PewDiePie – King of YouTube 56
Chapter 3 - Methodology 66
3.1 Hardaker’s Model of Trolls 68
Chapter 4 - Characteristics of YouTube Trolls: The Case of PewDiePie 72
4.1 Aggression 75
4.2 Deception 81
4.3 Disruption 85
4.4 Success 92
4.5 Resentment 97
Chapter 5: The Social Implications of YouTube Trolls 104
5.1 Discriminatory Tendencies of Trolls 106
5.1.1 Youtube Trolls and Sexism 106
5.1.2 YouTube Trolls and Homophobia 108
5.1.3 YouTube Trolls and Racism/Xenophobia 108
5.2 Analyzing Specific YouTube Trolls 111
5.2.1 Babywannabe 111
5.2.2 Erim Aydinalp 114
5.2.3 MLG POTATO 117
5.2.4 jelena jankovic 120
5.2.5 Jeenius Foo 121
5.3 Social Implication of YouTube Trolls 124
Chapter 6: Limitations 130
Chapter 7: Conclusion 132
Works Cited 135


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