TikTok and Short-Form Screendance Before and After Covid

Alexandra Harlig, Crystal Abidin, Trevor Boffone, Kelly Bowker, Colette Eloi, Pamela Krayenbuhl, Chuyun Oh

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Covid-19; TikTok; Dubsmash; dance challenges; popular screendance; appropriation; platform specificity; congregational global body; #Jerusalema; Zoomers; #Blacklivesmatter; influencer; Dance Central; face dance; algorithm; viral; privilege; entrapment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/ijsd.v12i0.8348

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