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I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes via /r/memes https://ift.tt/2L5D3XW: MAKE Early Golden age meme (pinwheel background Impact Text) MORE MEMES MAKE Golden Age memes use specific photos which have specific memetic "translations of Late Golden age (Just Photo, Impact Text) Transitional meme (Photo from tumblr, instagram, twitter or facebook, with an accompanying text, often added just for emphasis) At the transitional stage, memes here include "reactions" that encourage the reader into what it means or how it is 1'm sure this means something, but don ask me what dog When you show your mom a pic on your phone and she starts swiping Silver Age meme When Back to School commercials start coming on but you're not a teacher or a kid so you don't give a shit (photo with text in arial-design is reminiscent of a twitter post) At this age, the photo is the supplement rather than the defining characteristic. The text, rather than the photo, provides meaning. UBER eats New Age meme (Photos only, very little text) At this age, the meme no longer requires text for definitive suppliment. The meaning is expressed by memetic definition and The photos are self-explanatoriy and the meaning is expressed by multiple connected frames. Text, if used, gives context only Are you smart? Spelit Late Stage meme (nuked memes, deep fried memes, surreal memes These are not meant to pass on memetic meaning, but instead are entirely based on absurd and contextual humor They are often not made to communicate thought. No only be on ou ust I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes via /r/memes https://ift.tt/2L5D3XW
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<p><a href="http://theavc.tumblr.com/post/109506424206/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">theavc</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b><a href="http://www.avclub.com/article/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study-sh-214522" target="_blank">Ryan Gosling memes make men more feminist, study shows</a></b></h2><blockquote><div>Because feminism is much less threatening when a man explains it, <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ryan-gosling-memes-help-men-767968?facebook_20150128" target="_blank">a new study from the University of Saskatchewan</a> has shown that men are more likely to agree with feminist statements after looking at Ryan Gosling memes. Specifically, they respond positively to pictures of Gosling from <a class="tumblelog" href="http://tmblr.co/m8CSoIz_GgPia_8XXnoUJSA" target="_blank">feministryangosling</a>, which layers feminist text over pictures of the actor staring directly into the camera with his piercing baby blue eyes or thoughtfully stroking his chin while wearing a three piece suit or whatever.</div></blockquote><blockquote><div>The graduate students who conducted the study polled 99 students, a third of which were male, showing each group either an unadorned picture of Gosling, a picture from the Feminist Ryan Gosling tumblr, or a picture of the similar, but less politically inclined Gosling-based meme known as “<a href="http://fuckyeahryangosling.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Hey Girl</a>.” The men who viewed the Feminist Ryan Gosling images were up to 10 percent more likely to agree with statements like “men use abortion laws and reproductive technology to control women’s lives“ compared to the other men in the study. (Women’s beliefs remained largely unchanged.)<br/></div></blockquote><p>Full story at <a href="http://www.avclub.com/article/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study-sh-214522" target="_blank">avclub.com</a></p></blockquote> <p></p> This is very cool.: Hey girl. Keep your laws off my body, but keep your hands on it <p><a href="http://theavc.tumblr.com/post/109506424206/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">theavc</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b><a href="http://www.avclub.com/article/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study-sh-214522" target="_blank">Ryan Gosling memes make men more feminist, study shows</a></b></h2><blockquote><div>Because feminism is much less threatening when a man explains it, <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ryan-gosling-memes-help-men-767968?facebook_20150128" target="_blank">a new study from the University of Saskatchewan</a> has shown that men are more likely to agree with feminist statements after looking at Ryan Gosling memes. Specifically, they respond positively to pictures of Gosling from <a class="tumblelog" href="http://tmblr.co/m8CSoIz_GgPia_8XXnoUJSA" target="_blank">feministryangosling</a>, which layers feminist text over pictures of the actor staring directly into the camera with his piercing baby blue eyes or thoughtfully stroking his chin while wearing a three piece suit or whatever.</div></blockquote><blockquote><div>The graduate students who conducted the study polled 99 students, a third of which were male, showing each group either an unadorned picture of Gosling, a picture from the Feminist Ryan Gosling tumblr, or a picture of the similar, but less politically inclined Gosling-based meme known as “<a href="http://fuckyeahryangosling.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Hey Girl</a>.” The men who viewed the Feminist Ryan Gosling images were up to 10 percent more likely to agree with statements like “men use abortion laws and reproductive technology to control women’s lives“ compared to the other men in the study. (Women’s beliefs remained largely unchanged.)<br/></div></blockquote><p>Full story at <a href="http://www.avclub.com/article/ryan-gosling-memes-make-men-more-feminist-study-sh-214522" target="_blank">avclub.com</a></p></blockquote> <p></p> This is very cool.

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