(Video) The Politics Of Project Chanology

(Video) The Politics Of Project Chanology
technology

Anthropologist Gabrielle Coleman shares a cultural analysis of Project Chanology.

Lisa Baldini
  • 26 april 2010

We have become accustomed to thinking about 4Chan as the breeding ground for memes as well as shaping the associated cultural reactions to such memes. There are, as anthropologist Gabriella Coleman points out in the following series of videos, other implications to 4Chan than the obvious pop culture reading.

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