Ah, I agree that it might be a little bit too complicated to research so, though I believe in the quote “actions speak louder than words”, that is, looking at the effect of the memes intended would really give a big why, yes? I do not think you need to go as far as asking them individually, because I’m sure each individuals will give random results. @scary03 Interesting. Even on the Internet, the hype can all be about being updated with what’s new. Though, what about Internet users that used the old...
Ferris Arrafi Silitonga
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http://www.mediafire.com/view/?o572tqow7ejls52 Uhh… This is something that I made back from 2 years ago from grade 10. I did this as the school required ‘personal projects’ (lol International Baccalaureate). In a sense, this is quite academical as I wanted to show general understanding on what are Internet Memes. It is ‘Indonesianized’ because my school is from Indonesia, and perhaps would include Indonesian Memes inside. It really lacks in credible sources, proper formatting for citations as well as the...
Hi guys. Just a brainfart. At school, I was taught on how languages and the media interact with each other to affect the audience. Reading recent KYM articles, I’ve found that there’s quite a lot of details coming off on how the meme spread (e.g. due to one person spreading it through social media, etc.) but what I think is lacking is on the ’why’s several memes are popular and spread out to begin with. Is it the humor? Is it the catchy catchphrase? Is it because of the manipulative languages that...