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COVID-19 口罩、历时语料库、表情包、表情包构造、幽默、病毒

摘要

本文以对一个互联网表情包(相对于一个表情包构造)的精确定义为起点,旨在分享第一个对表情包的历时研究获得的结果,特别关注与口罩相关的表情包,其出现背景为过去几年与不断变化的社会政治形势有关的 COVID-19 疫情。该研究使用了使用 Python 脚本从 Google 提取的用户标记的 COVID-19 口罩表情包的历时语料库(2020 年 1 月至 2021 年 1 月在线发布)。基于扎根理论方法,通过多模态话语分析镜头提取和检查十个模因类别(分为四组)。历时定量分析表明,受当前社会政治局势/事件启发并受社会政治背景(例如,禁闭)推动的表情包构造似乎在一年中的大部分时间持续存在,尽管强度不同,这使得许多表情包病毒式传播。表情包和表情包构造的寿命表明用户的主要目标,即为了乐趣而分享有趣和/或幽默(并不总是新铸造或相关)的项目,无论模因的性质如何(即自动幽默为了它自己或用户对周围现实的评论)。

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