Title Year Resource Type Tags

"By Any Memes Necessary": Exploring the Intersectional Politics of Feminist Memes on Instagram

Caitlin Breheny
MA Dissertation, University of Uppsala
2017 MA Dissertation Instagram Feminism Gender Identity Politics

Indigenous Memes and the Invention of a People

Ryan Frazer Bronwyn Carlson
Social Media + Society 3 (4): https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305117738993
2017 Article (Journal) Identity Indigenous Politics

Persuasion through bitter humor: Multimodal discourse analysis of rhetoric in internet memes of two far-right groups in Finland

Eemeli Hakoköngäs Otto Halmesvaara Inari Sakki
Social Media + Society 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305120921575
2020 Article (Journal) Far-right Identity Politics Rhetoric Finland

"Kim Davis be like ... ": a feminist critique of gender humor in online political memes

Summer Harlow Jerrica Ty Rowlett Laura-Kate Huse
Information, Communication & Society 23 (7): 1057-73.
2018 Article (Journal) Feminism Politics

Youth Collective Political Expression on Social Media: The Role of Affordances and Memetic Dimensions for Voicing Political Views

Loana Literat Neta Kligler-Vilenchik
New Media & Society 21 (9): 1988-2009. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444819837571
2019 Article (Journal) Identity Memes as Capital Politics

Attack of the 50-foot social justice warrior: The discursive construction of SJW memes as monstrous feminine

Adrienne Massanari Shira Chess
Feminist Media Studies 18 (4): 525-42. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2018.1447333
2018 Article (Journal) Feminism Gender Politics Social Justice Warrior

'It's So Hard Not to Be Funny in This Situation': Memes and Humor in U.S. Youth Online Political Expression.

Joel Penney
Television & New Media https://doi.org/10/ggcvgd
2019 Article (Journal) Identity Politics Rhetoric US

Memes, Digital Remix Culture and (Re)Mediating British Politics and Public Life

Francesca Sobande
IPPR Progressive Review 26 (2): 151-60. https://doi.org/10.1111/newe.12155
2019 Article (Journal) Identity Politics Remix culture UK

Boogaloo and Civil War 2: Memetic Antagonism in Expressions of Covert Activism

Bradley E. Wiggins
2020 Article (Journal) Identity Politics Trolling and antagonism US

From Counter-Power to Counter-Pepe: The Vagaries of Participatory Epistemology in a Digital Age

C.W. Anderson Matthias Revers
Media and Communication 6 (4): 24. https://doi.org/10.17645/mac.v6i4.1492
2018 Article (Journal) Pepe Politics Trolling and antagonism

The Dissonance of "Civil" Religion in Religious-Political Memetic Discourse During the 2016 Presidential Elections

Heidi E. Campbell Katherine Arredondo Katie Dundas Cody Wolf
Social Media + Society 4 (2): 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305118782678
2018 Article (Journal) Elections Politics Religion US

Turning a Communist Party Leader into an Internet Meme: The Political and Apolitical Aspects of China's Toad Worship Culture

Kecheng Fang
Information, Communication & Society 23 (1): 38-58. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2018.1485722
2020 Article (Journal) Politics China

Partisan cues and internet memes: Early evidence for motivated skepticism in audience message processing of spreadable political media

Heidi E. Huntington
Atlantic Journal of Communication 28 (3): 194-208. https://doi.org/10.1080/15456870.2019.1614589
2020 Article (Journal) Partisanship Politics Skepticism

Pepper Spray Cop and the American Dream: Using Synecdoche and Metaphor to Unlock Internet Memes

Heidi E. Huntington
Communication Studies 67 (1): 77-93. https://doi.org/10.1080/10510974.2015.1087414
2016 Article (Journal) Politics Rhetoric Synecdoche Visual rhetoric US

Leftist Memes Are Everywhere on Instagram. Now Their Creators Are Unionizing

Rebecca Jennings
2019 Article (Digital Magazine) Instagram Leftist memes Leftist politics Politics Unionism

Good Citizenship as a Frame Contest: Kony2012, Memes, and Critiques of the Networked Citizen

Neta Kligler-Vilenchik Kjerstin Thorson
New Media & Society 18 (9): 1993-2011. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444815575311
2016 Article (Journal) Citizenship Kony2012 Network culture Politics

Sweden Then vs. Sweden Now

Samuel Merrill
2020 Article (Journal) Facebook Discourse Far-right Politics Rhetoric Sweden

Memes to Movements: How the World's Most Viral Media Is Changing Social Protest and Power

An Xiao Mina
Boston: Beacon Press 9780807056585
2019 Book Civic expression Politics Resistance Social movements

Analysis of Facebook Meme Groups Used During the 2016 US Presidential Election

Mia Moody-Ramirez Andrew B. Church
Social Media + Society 5 (1): 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305118808799
2019 Article (Journal) Facebook Civic expression Content analysis Politics Social media US

Memes, scenes and #ELXN2019s: How partisans make memes during elections

Fenwick McKelvey Scott DeJong Janna Frenzel
2021 Article (Journal) Facebook Elections Partisanship Political campaign Politics Canada

Internet Memes as Partial Stories: Identifying Political Narratives in Coronavirus Memes

Constance de Saint Laurent Vlad Glăveanu Ioana Literat
Social Media + Society 7 (1): https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305121988932
2021 Article (Journal) Reddit COVID-19 Narrative Politics Psychology

From Polarization to Hate: Portrait of the Spanish Political Meme

Juan-Manuel González-Aguilar María Antonia Paz Ana Mayagoitia-Soria
Social Media + Society 7 (4): https://doi.org/10.1177/20563051211062920
2021 Article (Journal) Twitter Hate Speech Political communication Politics Public discourse Spain