Memeing under Covid-19: On the phatic internet and collectivity

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Life as we know it under Covid-19 has migrated to the digital. As more and more people work from home and inevitably use platforms to communicate, organise, and socialise, we are seeing a rise in the production and consumption of online content. Tweets, memes, viral challenges and forwarded message chains are taking over the internet like never before.
Original languageEnglish
JournalDiggit Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 7 May 2020


  • memes
  • Covid-19
  • digital culture
  • phatic communication


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