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Define Meme: Acta Scientiarum http://www.uem.br/acta ISSN on-line: 1983-4683 Doi: 10.4025/actascilangcult.v40i2.43714 'I will not become an Internet meme': visual-verbal textualization process in the study of the power and resistance in Brazil Fabiana Cristina Komesu, Renira Rampazzo Gambarato and Luciani Ester Tenani Instituto de Biociéncias, Letras e Ciéncias Exatas, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Rua Cristóvão Colombo, 2265, 15054-000, São José Preto. São Paulo, Brazil, Escola E-mail: fabiana.komesu@unesp.br o Rio Educação e Comunicação, Universidade de Jönköping, Jönköping, Suécia. "Author for correspondence ABSTRACT. In this article, we analyze a delimited corpus of Internet memes showcasing Brazilian President Michel Temer. The theoretical framework is based on literacy studies, digital information and communication technology usage in research and teaching, and Bakhtin studies. The methodological design follows the approach of Gambarato and Komesu (2018), who selected and analyzed data sets of memes based on classification tools developed by Dawkins (1976) and Knobel and Lankshear (2007). The main goal nerefore, regarding the mobilizationn nformation and communication technologies, we consider to discuss the relevance of using 'Internet memes', while studying the concept of 'text'. how crbal and Somcon l-ve ments potentially available to subjects on the Web. these texts are disseminated across spreadable media, taking into account power and resistance relations between subjects of/in language. Keywords: digital literacy; internet memes; dialogical discourse analysis; Michel Temer aim to discuss effects of meaning deriving from the way 'Não virarei meme': processo de textualização verbo-visual no estudo de poder e resistência no Brasil RESUMO. Neste artigo, analisamos um corpus delimitado de memes da Internet sobre o presidente brasileiro Michel Temer. O referencial teórico é baseado em Estudos de Letramentos e no uso de tecnologia de informação e comunicação digital na pesquisa Bakhtin, de outro. A abordagem metodológica é baseada no trabalho de Gambarato e Komesu (2018), na releitura pelas autoras feita com base em Dawkins (1976) e Knobel e Lankshear (2007). O objetivo principal é discutir a relevância de usar os chamados 'memes da internet' no estudo do conceito de 'texto Será considerada como a apropriação da palavra do outro': visuais potencialmente disponíveis aos sujeitos na web. Interessa discutir efeitos de sentido decorrentes da forma como esses textos são disseminados em mídias propagáveis, levando-se em conta relações de poder e resistência entre sujeitos da/na linguagem Palavras-chave: letramento digital; memes da internet; análise dialógica do discurso; Michel Temer. no ensino, de um lado. em Estudos de verbo dá através de elementos verbais The power of (studying) Internet memes in applied mitated' ..]" and was coined by the biologist Richard Dawkins in 1976, "...] who defined it as a linguistics cultural unit [...] that infects individual minds and seeks replication by imitation for the sake of its own survival". Knobel and Lankshear (2007, p. 202 emphasis in original) define 'meme' as 'online memes' (or Internet memes, as they are also termed) Knobel and Lankshear (2007), Bauckhage (2011), Shifman (2013), Dynel (2016), and Gambarato and Komesu (2018) are some of the authors who have mentioned and discussed in their works the concept of (Internet) memes. As Dynel (2016, p. 661, emphasis in original) posits, the term "![...] derived from the Ancient Greek mimema, 'something due to "..] te rapid uptake and spread of a particular idea presented as language 'move', or some other unit of cultural stuff". Bauckhage (2011, p. 1, italics in the original text) emphasizes that "[...] the term Internet meme refers to the phenomenon of content or concepts that spread rapidly among Internet users". It is an written text, image, The first draft of this paper Was presented by the first author at the Capes- March 12-13, 2018, The authors are arateful for the comments and contributions Baily (University of Loraine Fance The a or omissions Acta Scientiarum. Language and Culture, v. 40(2), e43714, 2018 PDF) “I has seen Image Macros!” Advice Animals memes as visual ...
Define Meme: Acta Scientiarum
 http://www.uem.br/acta
 ISSN on-line: 1983-4683
 Doi: 10.4025/actascilangcult.v40i2.43714
 'I will not become an Internet meme': visual-verbal textualization
 process in the study of the power and resistance in Brazil
 Fabiana Cristina Komesu, Renira Rampazzo Gambarato and Luciani Ester Tenani
 Instituto de Biociéncias, Letras e Ciéncias Exatas, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Rua Cristóvão Colombo, 2265, 15054-000, São José
 Preto. São Paulo, Brazil, Escola
 E-mail: fabiana.komesu@unesp.br
 o Rio
 Educação e Comunicação, Universidade de Jönköping, Jönköping, Suécia. "Author for correspondence
 ABSTRACT. In this article, we analyze a delimited corpus of Internet memes showcasing Brazilian
 President Michel Temer. The theoretical framework is based on literacy studies, digital information and
 communication technology usage in research and teaching, and Bakhtin studies. The methodological
 design follows the approach of Gambarato and Komesu (2018), who selected and analyzed data sets of
 memes based on classification tools developed by Dawkins (1976) and Knobel and Lankshear (2007). The
 main goal
 nerefore, regarding the mobilizationn nformation and communication technologies, we consider
 to discuss the relevance of using 'Internet memes', while studying the concept of 'text'.
 how
 crbal and
 Somcon
 l-ve
 ments
 potentially available to subjects on the Web.
 these texts are disseminated across spreadable media, taking into account power and resistance relations
 between subjects of/in language.
 Keywords: digital literacy; internet memes; dialogical discourse analysis; Michel Temer
 aim to discuss effects of meaning deriving from the way
 'Não virarei meme': processo de textualização verbo-visual no estudo de poder e
 resistência no Brasil
 RESUMO. Neste artigo, analisamos um corpus delimitado de memes da Internet sobre o presidente
 brasileiro Michel Temer. O referencial teórico é baseado em Estudos de Letramentos e no uso de
 tecnologia de informação e comunicação digital na pesquisa
 Bakhtin, de outro. A abordagem metodológica é baseada no trabalho de Gambarato e Komesu (2018), na
 releitura pelas autoras feita com base em Dawkins (1976) e Knobel e Lankshear (2007). O objetivo
 principal é discutir a relevância de usar os chamados 'memes da internet' no estudo do conceito de 'texto
 Será considerada como a apropriação da palavra do outro':
 visuais potencialmente disponíveis aos sujeitos na web. Interessa discutir efeitos de sentido decorrentes da
 forma como esses textos são disseminados em mídias propagáveis, levando-se em conta relações de poder e
 resistência entre sujeitos da/na linguagem
 Palavras-chave: letramento digital; memes da internet; análise dialógica do discurso; Michel Temer.
 no ensino, de um lado.
 em Estudos de
 verbo
 dá através de elementos verbais
 The power of (studying) Internet memes in applied
 mitated' ..]" and was coined by the biologist
 Richard Dawkins in 1976, "...] who defined it as a
 linguistics
 cultural unit [...] that infects individual minds and
 seeks replication by imitation for the sake of its own
 survival". Knobel and Lankshear (2007, p. 202
 emphasis in original) define 'meme' as 'online
 memes' (or Internet memes, as they are also termed)
 Knobel and Lankshear (2007), Bauckhage (2011),
 Shifman (2013), Dynel (2016), and Gambarato and
 Komesu (2018) are some of the authors who have
 mentioned and discussed in their works the concept
 of (Internet) memes. As Dynel (2016, p. 661,
 emphasis in original) posits, the term "![...] derived
 from the Ancient Greek mimema, 'something
 due to "..] te rapid uptake and spread of a
 particular idea presented as
 language 'move', or some other unit of cultural
 stuff". Bauckhage (2011, p. 1, italics in the original
 text) emphasizes that "[...] the term Internet meme
 refers to the phenomenon of content or concepts
 that spread rapidly among Internet users". It is an
 written text, image,
 The first draft of this paper Was presented by the first author at the Capes-
 March 12-13, 2018, The authors are arateful for the comments and contributions
 Baily (University of Loraine Fance The a
 or omissions
 Acta Scientiarum. Language and Culture, v. 40(2), e43714, 2018
PDF) “I has seen Image Macros!” Advice Animals memes as visual ...

PDF) “I has seen Image Macros!” Advice Animals memes as visual ...

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