finally some indignant feminism?

I think a lot of people don’t really understand YouTubers. What for most people is a side leisure activity can be someone’s entire career; so much time and effort has to go into production if they want to be taken seriously. Additionally, the demands and drama of social media across different platforms and individual posts… Read More finally some indignant feminism?


I went and saw Professor Marco Jacquemet from the University of San Francisco talk about his research about the phenomenon of Transidioma, or the shift to communication practices that have evolved as a result of globalization, embedding multilingualism into more situations and blending face-to-face conversations with digital aides and interactions. His presentation was divided pretty… Read More transidilemma

it’s about damn time facebook

Facebook announced that they will (finally) be banning white nationalist and separatist content from their platform. Civil right advocacy groups have be pressuring them to take responsibility for their role in the spread of violent racism online for months, so this measure is long overdue. Facebook’s pushback during this period largely revolved around the idea… Read More it’s about damn time facebook

into the deep end of the beauty youtube world

Scholarly Sources Gannon, Valerie, and Andrea Prothero. “Beauty Bloggers and YouTubers as a Community of Practice.” Journal of Marketing Management, vol. 34, no. 7-8, 2018, pp. 592–619., doi:10.1080/0267257x.2018.1482941. This article examines how the beauty YouTube community functions as a Community of Practice, a type of social group where members share a common interest and seek to… Read More into the deep end of the beauty youtube world