These book chapters are authored or co-authored by members of the TikTok Cultures Research Network. For a full list of sources, please see our TikTok Bibliography.
This page was last updated September 2022
- Abidin, C., and Savic, M. (accepted). “Features, Cultures, and Emergent Social impacts on TikTok.” details forthcoming.
- Abidin, C. & Kaye, D.B.V. (2021). “Audio memes, Earworms, and Templatability: The ‘aural turn’ of memes on TikTok.” Critical Meme Reader, Institute of Network Cultures.
- Jaramillo-Dent, D., Alencar, A., & Asadchy, Y. (In press) Migrant agency and platformed belongings: The case of TikTok. In K. Leurs & S. Ponzanezi (Eds.) Doing Digital Migration Studies: Theories and practices and the everyday. Amsterdam University Press (Open Access book)