Intercultural Extraneity


Social networks and us: a Faustian perspective.

“The god thou serv’st is thine own appetite”
A game of give and take.


Memes represent a funny way of expressing certain opinions/situations, trying to achieve a comic reaction of the wider public.
When it came to choosing a meme for the assignment, we set out to find something language-related. We found this meme to be relatable and also was portrayed in a funny way, using excessive means to achieve a funny effect.

Understanding the meaning depends from person to person

Definitely there is something with the feeling of protection on the internet, which gives people the relaxation of entering that same social space, without the fear of exposing themselves or being incorrect, assimilating information without double checking or trying to comprehend what they are reading.

We must FIGHT for what is RIGHT!

Our every move is being monitored by the Government. Should we just accept it or should we rise against it?

To seek the truth or not to seek the truth - that is the question

It seems as if people “have forgotten what real, reliable information is, and the lengths you have to go to get it”, as Crichton writes, and that, after a while, does become exhausting. It should also be noted that, when looking up information, most people aren’t nearly as interested in factual evidence as they are in bending the context to support their own claim.

Giving the Earth a break

“The Earth is what we all have in common” – Wendell Berry

The era of fake news

“The only difference between being uninformed and misinformed is that one is your choice and the other is theirs.”
― Frank Sonnenberg

Spreading Positivity Through Memes

Don’t judge a book by its cover.

Emotional labor and social circle echo chambers

Examination of the concept of emotional labor in a feminist meme

Divide et impera

What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or in the holy name of liberty or democracy?

Mahatma Gandhi