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Matamoros-Fernandez, Ariadna: Rodriguez, Aleesha: Wikstroem, Patrik: Humor that harms? Examining racist audio-visual memetic media on TikTok during Covid-19. [2022]
Mason, James R.: Disney's adult audiences. [2022]
Gleich, Uli: Werrbung und Diversitaet. [2022]
Norstrom, Roza: Sarna, Pawel: Internet memes in Covid-19 lockdown times in Poland. [2021]
Hangartner, Dominik: Gennaro, Gloria: Alasiri, Sary: Bahrich, Nicholas: Bornhoft, Alexandra: u.a.: Empathy-based counterspeech can reduce racist hate speech in a social media field experiment. [2021]
Coronel, Jason C.: O'Donnell, Matthew B.: Pandey, Prateekshit: Delli Carpini, Michael X.: Falk, Emily B.: Political humor, sharing, and remembering: Insights from neuroimaging. [2021]
van der Wal, Amber: Fikkers, Karin M.: Valkenburg, Patti M.: What's in it for them? Teens' differential preferences for types and contexts of televised aggression. [2020]
Scharrer, Erica: Warren, Stephen: Grimshaw, Eean: Kamau, Gichuhi: Cho, Sarah: u. a.: Disparaged dads? A content analysis of depictions of fathers in U.S. sitcoms over time. [2020]
van der Wal, Amber: Piotrowski, Jessica Taylor: Fikkers, Karin M.: Valkenburg, Patti M.: More than just a laughing matter: A coding framework of humor in media entertainment for tweens and teens. [2020]
Schmitt, Josephine B.: Harles, Danilo: Rieger, Diana: Themen, Motive und Mainstreaming in rechtsextremen Online-Memes. [2020]
Fischer, Georg: Gruenewald-Schukalla, Lorenz: Memes als niedrigschwellige politische Praxis. [2020]
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