Vine Talk at #NCA 2014 Social Media Communication

Tham, Jason. "Vine: Redefining Racial Stereotyping in Six Seconds." National Communication Association 100th Annual Convention. Palmer House Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IL. November 21, 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12m8anx0PsM&feature=youtu.be Read manuscript and presentation deck here. In early 2013, a new mobile video creating and sharing application, Vine, was launched to allow users to record and share video clips up to … Continue reading Vine Talk at #NCA 2014 Social Media Communication

Vine: Redefining Racial Stereotyping in Six Seconds

Vine debuted earlier this year and has become the most popular video-sharing mobile app today. Unfortunately, the technology has been misused to reinforce racial stereotyping, causing ethical issues that need to be considered and addressed by media practitioners. Check out the video clip below. Here is a work-in-progress ethics paper I am developing for a … Continue reading Vine: Redefining Racial Stereotyping in Six Seconds