Victorian Memes Analysis

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B, K. “Victorian Memes .” Ebscohost, web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail/detail?vid=14&sid=99969953-30dd-454b-a191-11b1159822e1%40sessionmgr4009&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=116326555&db=afh. This article “Victorian Memes” by Karen Bourrier starts the article off with a bit of history about Richard Darwin. She goes on talking about how in the old century, they had something like memes in their books. She keeps going on about how memes are supposed to make people feel happy and they are supposed to make people smile. In the counter argument, they say that all memes are not just about one thing, they can be about holidays, birthdays, even just being outside. Then Karen comes back saying that memes are loving and caring. That memes are…show more content…
“How the Internet Is Getting Nicer One Meme at a Time .” Ebscohost, web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail/detail?vid=12&sid=99969953-30dd-454b-a191-11b1159822e1%40sessionmgr4009&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=123484166&db=afh. In the beginning of the this article “How the Internet Is Getting a Little Nicer, One Meme at a Time” Jonathan Sun explains that memes help people express their through the meme life. In his rebuttal, he goes into detail about how memes can be bad, like he used an story at harvard that some kids were laughing and making memes about child abuse and sexual assault. Then he says that memes are starting to be a symbol of empowerment and encouragement.In the conclusion, he saids that memes are starting to become more encouraging than hateful. This article was helpful but i wouldn’t not recommend it to anyone, it had little detail, too biased because the article is mostly on one side, the rebuttal is not that long. This article was helpful but not informative. This article was not translated into different languages. This article is the best to use, i would recommend finding more reliable sources out there for other people who are doing a paper on memes. This article was too short to actually get information from, it didn’t have even information. This article used a lot of pathos, talking about how the internet and memes and how mean memes are and how they are hurting people feels. The author related to it because he was experiencing some real life…show more content…
“LOL AND THE WORLD LOLS WITH YOU: MEMES AS MODERN FOLKLORE.”Ebscohost,web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail/detail?vid=8&sid=99969953-30dd-454b-a191-11b1159822e1%40sessionmgr4009&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=126500474&db=afh In this article “Lol and the World Lols With You: Memes as Modern” Lynne Mcneil begins claiming that memes are not Folklore and they are saying that memes are childish and the human race scooped that low where we would start making memes. In the rebuttal, they say the definition of the word meme. Then they starting saying that memes are suppose to be funny and relevant.To finish off this article, Lynne Mcneil tells us that folkisrst take their job seriously and we should uncover more information about our culture expressions. This article was useful but it was not the best to find the information i needed. They say different things, get off topic. They have a small rebuttal. It was useful to some people who are doing an article over Folkrists and memes. This article is more about the meaning of memes and what folkrists think about them. This article was somewhat opinionation on one side most of the time. This article was written By . This article is only in english. It had little information, but it did have some information that some people can use for certain things that they are doing over a paper. This article was really not biased, it more of it had information over Folkrists. This article used logos and a little bit of ethos. The author could
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