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This week on Facebook: I decided to research memes having noticed the increasing proliferation of their use and the power that they clearly have to influence opinion — either for or against the subject of the meme. I’m sure that there are many like me who had heard of the word meme but did not connected it with the internet version of a photo modified by the addition of text. As Monday’s article points out Richards Dawkins is credited with introducing the word meme but perhaps we should be aware of Greeks wearing mimēma. Read more of this post
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