[Air-L] Youtube and methodology

Jessie Daniels jdaniels at hunter.cuny.edu
Tue Mar 13 06:32:10 PDT 2012

There's an excellent piece by Alondra Nelson and Jeong Won Hwang, called
"Roots and Revelation: Genetic Ancestry and the YouTube Generation" in
Nakamura and Chow-White's* Race After the Internet*, that may be helpful
for your project.

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Jessie Daniels, PhD
Associate Professor
CUNY School of Public Health
Hunter College and
The Graduate Center
New York, NY
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On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 9:24 AM, Candice Buss <cdbuss at uncg.edu> wrote:

> I'm working on a project that involves analyzing the comments on a YouTube
> video that I posted with my first dance solo.  I'm trying to clarify the
> methodology and theoretical underpinnings of the project.  Could anyone
> point me to any resources that may be helpful for a project like this?
> Thanks,
> Casey
> --
> Candice "Casey" Buss
> Women & Gender Studies MA candidate
> The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
> cdbuss at uncg.edu
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