Research

Upcoming talks and works-in-progress listed below.



UPCOMING TALKS

# denotes presentation by co-author

[invited lecture] Abidin, Crystal. 2020. “Influencers and monetization in the age of call-out cultures.” Digital Business MA Course, BI Norwegian Business School, September 2020.

[industry keynote] Abidin, Crystal. 2020. “title tba.” Handelsradets Dag 2020, Handelsrådets, Stockholm. 6 October 2020. <Link>

[invited plenary] Larsen, Miranda, Crystal Abidin, Candace Epps-Robertson, Michelle Cho, Crystal Anderson. 2020. “Kpop: Fandom, Politics, Digital influence.” Fan Studies Network North America 2020 Conference, 13-17 October 2020.

[panel] Abidin, Crystal, Emily van der Nagel, Amelia Johns, Francesco Bailo, Aleesha Rodriguez, Bondy Kaye, Patrik Wikstrom, Ysabel Gerrard, & Tama Leaver. 2020. “‘Please read the comments’: Commenting cultures across platforms.” Association of Internet Researchers 2020, Virtual conference, 26-31 October 2020.

[paper in panel] Abidin, Crystal. 2020. “‘Feels bar’ and masculine vulnerability: Commenting cultures on 9GAG.” Association of Internet Researchers 2020, Virtual conference, 26-31 October 2020.

[paper in panel] Zeng, Jing, & Crystal Abidin. 2020. “‘Subtle Asian Traits’: Platformed race on Facebook.” Association of Internet Researchers 2020, Virtual conference, 26-31 October 2020.

[invited keynote] Abidin, Crystal. 2020. “Influencers and Cultures and Authenticity,” Cultures of Authenticity series, Centre for Communication and Culture, Loughborough University, 12 November 2020.



WORKS UNDER REVIEW & IN PROGRESS

[journal editorial] Singaporean Influencers and COVID-19 on Instagram Stories

[journal article] Influencers, Brand leverage, and Industry shifts: Reviewing press coverage in the Australian, Japanese, and South Korean Influencer markets during COVID-19 – with Tommaso Barbetta, Jin Lee

[journal article] Livestreaming During a Pandemic: Platforms, Cultures, and Pivots – with Jonathon Hutchinson

[journal article] Subtle Asian Traits and COVID-19: Congregating and Commiserating as East Asians in a Facebook Group –with Jing Zeng

[journal article] Genealogies of online transgression: Public shaming cultures on the Singaporean internet


This page was last updated on 08 September 2020.

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  1. Hi Crystal!

    I became aware of your ethnographic work on Instagram via Academia. I’m planning to use Instagram for my dissertation project. I have couple of questions regarding visual data collection and ethics. Would you mind connecting via email for further discussion?

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