Researching YouTube

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Arthurs, J.; Drakopoulou, S.; Gandini, A.;

‘Researching YouTube’ introduces the special issue of Convergence which arose out of an international academic conference on YouTube that was held in London at Middlesex University in September 2016. The conference aimed to generate a robust overview of YouTube’s changi... View more
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