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University of California Irvine Climate Change Meme Analysis Worksheet

University of California Irvine Climate Change Meme Analysis Worksheet

Question Description

I’m working on a information technology multi-part question and need support to help me understand better.

You need to go through course materials before start work, because you must do something related to topics from this course!!!!!!! Follow the rubric, you satisfied the rubric, you can get full points(10) no less than 9!!!

I will give you the course materials when you bid this post.


According to Wikipedia (Links to an external site.): “An Internet meme, more commonly known simply as a meme, is a type of idea, behavior, or style … that is spread via the Internet, often through social media platforms and especially for humorous purposes. Memes can spread from person to person via social networks, blogs, direct email, or news sources. They may relate to various existing Internet cultures or subcultures, often created or spread on various websites. One hallmark of Internet memes is the appropriation of a part of broader culture, for instance by giving words and phrases intentional misspellings (such as lolcats) or using incorrect grammar (such as doge). In particular, many memes utilize popular culture (especially in image macros of other media), which sometimes can lead to issues with copyright.”

“There are two central attributes of Internet memes: creative reproduction of materials and intertextuality. Creative reproduction refers to “parodies, remixes, or mashups,” and include notable examples such as “Hitler’s Downfall Parodies”, and “Nyan Cat”, among others. Intertextuality may be demonstrated through memes that combine different cultures; for example, a meme may combine United States politician Mitt Romney’s assertion of the phrase “binders full of women” from a 2012 US presidential debate with the Korean pop song “Gangnam style” by overlaying the politician’s quote onto a frame from Psy’s music video where paper blows around him. The intertextuality in the example gives new meaning to the paper blowing around Psy; the meme indexes intertextual practices in political and cultural discourses of two nations.”

This assignment has two parts.

1) Create an Internet meme relating to the topics of this course.

2) Write 200-300 words describing a) why the meme is interesting, insightful, and/or funny, b) how it engages in creative reproduction of materials (e.g., repurposes previous meme formats, world news, etc.), and c) how it is intertextual (that is, how it combines different cultural phenomena in ways that produce new meaning).

Please turn in a single PDF that includes both your meme and the 200-300 words described above by the deadline specified below.

Rubric: Meme

Rubric: Meme

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMeme

4 pts

Excellent

Meme is very interesting, insightful, and/or funny in addition to being logical and comprehensible

3 pts

Good

Meme is logical and comprehensible, and somewhat interesting/insightful/funny.

2 pts

Satisfactory

Meme is logical and comprehensible, but not interesting/insightful/funny.

1 pts

Needs Improvement

Meme demonstrates good effort but may not meet greater criteria

0 pts

Unsatisfactory

No meme included

4 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis

4 pts

Excellent

Clearly, imaginatively, and persuasively engages with why meme is interesting/insightful/funny; how it engages with creative reproduction; and how it is intertextual.

3 pts

Good

Clearly addresses the relevant criteria, but not imaginatively or persuasively

2 pts

Satisfactory

Addresses all three criteria, but has some logical flaws or confusing elements.

1 pts

Needs Improvement

Significant parts of the analysis are missing or difficult to understand.

0 pts

Unsatisfactory

No analysis provided.

4 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting quality

2 pts

Excellent

Text is error-free. Length is within 50 words of required length. Demonstrates successful use of conventions particular to a specific discipline and/or medium including organization, content, presentation, formatting, and stylistic choices.

1.5 pts

Good

Text is nearly error-free. Length is within 50 words of required length. Demonstrates attention to a wide range of conventions particular to a specific discipline and/or medium including organization, content, presentation, formatting, and stylistic choices.

1 pts

Satisfactory

Text has some errors, but they don’t impeded comprehension. Length is within 100 words of required length. Follows expectations appropriate to a specific discipline and/or medium for basic organization, content, and presentation.

0.5 pts

Needs Improvement

Text has many errors that impede comprehension. Length is more than 100 words above or below the required length. Attempts to use a consistent system for basic organization and presentation.

0 pts

Unsatisfactory

Includes no writing to evaluate

2 pts

Total Points: 10

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