”Satire Junge SATIREEEE”: Nachrichtenparodien in Memes und deren Aushandlung im Kontext des Web 2.0.

  • Fabia Hultin Morger

Abstract

Satire has been present in various different media throughout the centuries. With the rise of television, satire has made its way onto TV screens via various outlets including news parodies. As these TV shows began using social media, new forms of satire have appeared, among them satirical Internet Memes commenting on political events. The objects of interest in this study are Memes published by two German news parodies Heute Show and Extra 3 on the platform Facebook that thematise the G-20 summit, which took place in Hamburg in 2017. My data set consists of 27 Memes from the platforms Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as well as the public Facebook comments published alongside these Memes. Using an empirical, data-driven approach to my investigation, I broach questions regarding the way Memes make use of satire and how they interact with the Internet as a medium, and in particular, their affordances on the platform Facebook.

Veröffentlicht
12-10-2020
Zitationsvorschlag
Morger, F. H. (2020). ”Satire Junge SATIREEEE”: Nachrichtenparodien in Memes und deren Aushandlung im Kontext des Web 2.0. Linguistik Online, 103(3), 129-157. https://doi.org/10.13092/lo.103.7182