Academic papers/articles on memes? (11)

1 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-05 18:12 ID:1+QOsGNj

Have there been any proper scholarly/academic articles, studies, papers, etc. on memes and memetics? I want to read about how things like AYB and WRYYYYYYYYYYY become what they become. It's just always interested me.

Any budding sociologists or memetecists out there?

2 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-05 20:11 ID:JmWfUbxF

tl;dr and 2GET

3 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-06 10:26 ID:Heaven


4 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-06 19:26 ID:jw64fE0g


5 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-07 08:36 ID:Heaven


6 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-07 15:40 ID:Heaven

all your base

7 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-08 15:50 ID:u4hYKyqM

Here's my paper. I got an A on it.

It all starts innocently enough. Somebody posts some stupid crap. Somebody else posts it again. It keeps getting reposted, as people start to believe it's the appropriate response. Eventually, any true conversation is drowned out by stupid crap. Soon, the rapid proliferation of stupid crap (hereafter referred to as "memes") will destroy all intelligent thought, and bring civilization crashing down into the stone age under a pile of stupid crap.


8 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-08 16:40 ID:Heaven

> stupid crap (hereafter referred to as "memes")

But you didn't refer to it as "memes", thereafter. B+ at most.

9 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-08 23:44 ID:Jr/dNvO7

10 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-12 01:22 ID:u4hYKyqM

>>8 I only posted the abridged version thank you

11 Name: Anonymous Addict : 2006-05-15 21:07 ID:3AzcaTtj


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