How ‘likes’ make a dodgy meme seem more true – Herald Sun


Herald Sun
How 'likes' make a dodgy meme seem more true
Herald Sun
“My research found prejudiced messages can be spread using memes,” the ANU Research School of Psychology's Emily Read said. “They have subtle messaging that everyone understands online and the ideas within the memes spread like viruses.”.

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