Limor Shifman
Limor Shifman
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il
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Memes in digital culture
L Shifman
MIT press, 2014
11322014
An anatomy of a YouTube meme
L Shifman
New media & society 14 (2), 187-203, 2012
5132012
Memes in a digital world: Reconciling with a conceptual troublemaker
L Shifman
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 18 (3), 362-377, 2013
4072013
“It Gets Better”: Internet memes and the construction of collective identity
N Gal, L Shifman, Z Kampf
New media & society 18 (8), 1698-1714, 2016
1552016
Humor in the age of digital reproduction: Continuity and change in internet-based comic texts
L Shifman
International Journal of Communication 1 (1), 23, 2007
1342007
The cultural logic of photo-based meme genres
L Shifman
Journal of visual culture 13 (3), 340-358, 2014
1242014
Internet memes as contested cultural capital: The case of 4chan’s/b/board
A Nissenbaum, L Shifman
New Media & Society 19 (4), 483-501, 2017
1082017
Assessing global diffusion with Web memetics: The spread and evolution of a popular joke
L Shifman, M Thelwall
Journal of the American society for information science and technology 60 …, 2009
1042009
Only joking? Online humour in the 2005 UK general election
L Shifman, S Coleman, S Ward
Information, Community and Society 10 (4), 465-487, 2007
662007
Between feminism and fun (ny) mism: Analysing gender in popular internet humour
L Shifman, D Lemish
information, Communication & society 13 (6), 870-891, 2010
632010
Families and networks of internet memes: The relationship between cohesiveness, uniqueness, and quiddity concreteness
E Segev, A Nissenbaum, N Stolero, L Shifman
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (4), 417-433, 2015
582015
“Mars and Venus” in virtual space: Post-feminist humor and the internet
L Shifman, D Lemish
Critical Studies in Media Communication 28 (3), 253-273, 2011
522011
“Just call me Adonai”: A case study of ethnic humor and immigrant assimilation
L Shifman, E Katz
American Sociological Review 70 (5), 843-859, 2005
442005
Internet jokes: The secret agents of globalization?
L Shifman, H Levy, M Thelwall
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (4), 727-743, 2014
432014
Keeping the elite powerless: Fan-producer relations in the “Nu Who”(and new YOU) era
L Hadas, L Shifman
Critical Studies in Media Communication 30 (4), 275-291, 2013
342013
The medium is the joke: Online humor about and by networked computers
L Shifman, M Blondheim
New Media & Society 12 (8), 1348-1367, 2010
322010
Making sense? The structure and meanings of digital memetic nonsense
Y Katz, L Shifman
Information, Communication & Society 20 (6), 825-842, 2017
282017
Surviving the ‘mock interview’: challenges to political communicative competence in contemporary televised discourse
M Hamo, Z Kampf, L Shifman
Media, Culture & Society 32 (2), 247-266, 2010
252010
When ethnic humor goes digital
L Boxman-Shabtai, L Shifman
New Media & Society 17 (4), 520-539, 2015
232015
Meme: Kunst, Kultur und Politik im digitalen Zeitalter
L Shifman
Suhrkamp Verlag, 2014
212014
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