1. “Surfing the Tube” for Latin American Song: The Blessings (and Curses) of YouTube
  2. John H. McDowell
  3. pp. 260-272
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  1. Indigenous Voices on the Web: Folksonomies and Endangered Languages
  2. Coppélie Cocq
  3. pp. 273-285
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  1. Faux Your Entertainment: Amazon.com Product Reviews as a Locus of Digital Performance
  2. Trevor J. Blank
  3. pp. 286-297
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  1. What Bronies See When They Brohoof: Queering Animation on the Dark and Evil Internet
  2. Bill Ellis
  3. pp. 298-314
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  1. Caveat Lector: Fake News as Folklore
  2. Russell Frank
  3. pp. 315-332
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  1. Tall, Dark, and Loathsome: The Emergence of a Legend Cycle in the Digital Age
  2. Andrew Peck
  3. pp. 333-348
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  1. Alessandro Falassi (1945–2014)
  2. Luisa Del Giudice
  3. pp. 349-350
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  1. Training Community-Engaged Culture Workers at a Public University
  2. John Fenn, Douglas Blandy, T. J. Arnold, Johanna Lorbach, Stephanie Moore, Jay Shepherd, Lauren Silberman
  3. pp. 351-368
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  1. Introduction: Why Digital Network Hybridity Is the New Normal (Hey! Check This Stuff Out)
  2. Robert Glenn Howard
  3. pp. 247-259
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  1. Information about Contributors
  2. pp. 369-370
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