Vol. 17 No. 2 (2014): cute

Edited by James Meese and Ramon Lobato
Published: 2014-04-30
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  • Kittens All the Way Down: Cute in Context

    Ramon Lobato, James Meese


  • “It Belongs to the Internet”: Animal Images, Attribution Norms and the Politics of Amateur Media Production

    James Meese


  • The Alchian-Allen Theorem and the Economics of Internet Animals

    Jason Potts
  • Do Cats Know They Rule YouTube? Surveillance and the Pleasures of Cat Videos

    Radha O'Meara
  • Cute But Relaxed: Ten Years of Rilakkuma in Precarious Japan

    Carolyn Shannon Stevens
  • “Meng? It Just Means Cute”: A Chinese Online Vernacular Term in Context

    Gabriele de Seta
  • Cute and Monstrous Furbys in Online Fan Production

    Catherine Barbara Caudwell
  • Cute-ifying Disability: Lil Bub, the Celebrity Cat

    Elaine M Laforteza
  • Because Neglect Isn't Cute: Tuxedo Stan's Campaign for a Humane World

    Shari Sanders
  • I Can Haz Likes: Cultural Intermediation to Facilitate “Petworking”

    Jonathon Hutchinson