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Can the Left Learn to Meme?

Can the Left Learn to Meme? Author : Mike Watson
Release : 2019-11-29
Publisher : John Hunt Publishing
ISBN : 1785357247
File Size : 63.14 MB
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Taking in an array of cultural references from the contemporary art world, to cat memes, Stranger Things, the Kardashian-Jenners, Mad Men, Run the Jewels, and video gaming, Can the Left Learn to Meme? argues that there is positivity in millennial-era cultural production. Utilising Adorno’s unswerving yet understated hope in spite of the odds, Mike Watson embraces the abstraction of the new media landscape as millennials refuse to surrender to cynicism, by out-weirding even the world at large. They pose a radical alternative to the right wing approach of Steve Bannon and the conservative psychology of Jordan Peterson. Here, the cultural elitism of the art world is contrasted with the anything-goes approach of millennial culture. The left avant-garde dream of an art-for-all is with us, though you won't find it in museums. It is time the left learned to meme, challenging conventions along the way.

The Electric Meme

The Electric Meme Author : Robert Aunger
Release : 2002-07-02
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 0743201507
File Size : 44.19 MB
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A cultural evolution scientist presents an outline of "meme," a distinct pattern of rapidly reproducing electrical charges in a brain node, citing their role in free will, human identity, consciousness, and society.

Communicating with Memes

Communicating with Memes Author : Grant Kien
Release : 2019-06-03
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 1498551343
File Size : 64.50 MB
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Communicating with Memes: Consequences in Post-truth Civilization investigates the consequences of memetic communication, including online harassment, the election of Donald Trump, and the resurgence of once-eradicated diseases. The author examines the causes of these consequences, and what action—if any—should be taken in response.

The Meme Machine

The Meme Machine Author : Susan Blackmore
Release : 2000-03-16
Publisher : OUP Oxford
ISBN : 0191574619
File Size : 86.52 MB
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Humans are extraordinary creatures, with the unique ability among animals to imitate and so copy from one another ideas, habits, skills, behaviours, inventions, songs, and stories. These are all memes, a term first coined by Richard Dawkins in 1976 in his book The Selfish Gene. Memes, like genes, are replicators, and this enthralling book is an investigation of whether this link between genes and memes can lead to important discoveries about the nature of the inner self. Confronting the deepest questions about our inner selves, with all our emotions, memories, beliefs, and decisions, Susan Blackmore makes a compelling case for the theory that the inner self is merely an illusion created by the memes for the sake of replication.

Just Listen 'N Learn Business French

Just Listen 'N Learn Business French Author : Brian Hill
Release : 1993-04
Publisher : National Textbook Company
ISBN : 9780844216140
File Size : 33.81 MB
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In the Name of Education

In the Name of Education Author : Jonas E. Alexis
Release : 2007
Publisher : Xulon Press
ISBN : 1600347606
File Size : 23.65 MB
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Alexis convincingly examines the crisis in education from a Christian perspective. (Social Issues)


RELU - ZYMO Author :
Release : 1876
Publisher :
File Size : 59.69 MB
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Mind Shapes

Mind Shapes Author : Alan R. Kahn
Release : 2005-03-30
Publisher : Paragon House Publishers
File Size : 75.27 MB
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In our everyday encounters, we are continuously challenged by people who think and respond in ways different from ourselves. Each one of us pays attention to different aspects of life, interprets experiences differently, understands certain issues better than others, communicates with differing styles, and uses different criteria for judging and believing others. Parents of a family with several children are usually amazed by the diverse ways in which the children develop. Managers are confounded by the unexpected misunderstandings among themselves and those they manage. Educators find it difficult to account for the broad spectrum of students' responses to a single course of study. And in relationships, one is often perplexed at the ways in which common, everyday words are sometimes interpreted. Those of us who study the ways in which people interact, continue to marvel at the differences people bring to thinking and communicating.For the past 20 years, Dr. Kahn has led a team of scientists in in-depth studies of the different brain processes leading to the different types of information processing in people. This research has developed tools which can measure how people reveal the structure of their thought processes in the flow of their communications. This has enabled the team to develop a model that organizes cognitive structures according to a new paradigm, one that explicitly shows the connections between cognition, input, and output. This paradigm identifies sixteen different ways in which people process information, and describes the underlying brain mechanisms which are responsible. Further, Mind Shapes presents how these differences developed through the stages of human evolution and the way they are expressed in the steps of modern child development.Theory and practicum come together as Mind Shapes links physiology of information processing to behavior, and shows how different people communicate, learn, and make decisions. This model has been successfully applied to education, management, consumer communications, and psychological counseling: dimensions of life where understanding human behavior and motivation are critical to success. Mind Shapes provides its readers with useful tools which were developed as a result of this experience.


Signal Author : Kevin Kelly
Release : 1988
Publisher : Harmony
File Size : 32.38 MB
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The aristocratic families in Tibetan history, 1900-1951

The aristocratic families in Tibetan history, 1900-1951 Author : Cirenyangzong
Release : 2006
Publisher : 五洲传播出版社
ISBN : 9787508509372
File Size : 68.31 MB
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The Aristocratic Families in Tibetan HistoryThis book was written by an expert of Tibetan studies, introducing the life of Tibetan aristocratic families in old Tibet between 1900 and 1951. It is written in easy words with scores of precious historical photos, providing important data for the research into social systems in old Tibet.


Semiotics Author : Semiotic Society of America. Meeting
Release : 1993
Publisher :
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The Connection

The Connection Author :
Release : 2003
Publisher :
File Size : 44.44 MB
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The Pall Mall Budget

The Pall Mall Budget Author :
Release : 1871
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