YouTube

YouTube YouTube er en online videodelings- og streamingtjeneste grundlagt i 2005 af tre tidligere ansatte fra betalingstjenesten PayPal. YouTubes brugere anvender også sitet til at kommunikere med hinanden og brugerne via lyd og billeder, ligesom mange kommunikerer via kommentarer til videoerne eller implementerer indholdet på Facebook, og derfor kan YouTube også – delvist – karakteriseres […]

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Supplerende læsning

Burgess & Green 2009, van Dijck 2013, Simonsen 2013

Reference

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