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meme

Psychology
A unit of experience that forms the basis for decisions or thought processes.

Social medicine
An idea, behaviour or style that spreads from person to person within a culture.

meme

Neurology A block of mental cues associated with experience, which relies on the brain's 'pattern-evolving machinery' Psychology A thought construct that endows a person with certainty about his/her fate. See Mediational unit.
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Para (SANTOS, COLACIQUE E CARVALHO, 2016) os memes criados na internet podem ser entendidos como aspectos da realidade imagetica e trazem com humor, elementos para a imaginacao que recria e interpreta a realidade por ele representada.
He claims he had fashion in the back of his mind when he came up with the term meme. "Changing styles and the epidemic spread of trends -- people noticing what someone is wearing and copying it and that being repeated over and over -- this is the ideal medium for illustrating how a meme works."
But the daughter of former Vice President Jejomar Binay said she can capitalize on these memes to boost her popularity among the masses.
#relatablememes are one kind of internet meme impacting the world around us.
Milner defines memes as "multimodal texts that facilitate participation by reappropriation, by balancing a fixed premise with novel expression" (p.
Thinking of memes as folklore isn't intuitive for most people.
Very few people have not had experiences with memes; they are omnipresent.
Es un hecho: la palabra meme ya es de las mas buscadas en internet.
With that digital media saturation, and the widespread cultural adoption of social media, came the internet meme. These tend to be little more than a familiar picture paired with a pithy phrase with the intent of a communicating a trend or idea.
Ask the authorities at Know Your Meme why Sanders is polling so well with meme-makers, and they'll tell you that it springs from some combination of demographics and Sanders's outsider bent.