TikTok, Plagiarism, and the Politics of Citation

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TikTok is a fascinating place for a researcher and writer. Everyday I learn something new about the app, and it brings up questions that are not only relevant to the app itself, but to the norms of information sharing and content creation at this moment in time. Especially in light of the recent strike of Black content creators on the beloved clock app, I have been thinking a lot about the politics of…

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Faithe J Day

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Writer, Creator, and Educator. Millennial and Internet Expert. https://fjday.com

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