We introduced the multilevel model of meme diffusion (M3D) theory with 30 separate variables that either (a) facilitate or impede a meme’s competitiveness, or (b) facilitate or impede a context’s competitiveness to resist or accept that meme. (Brian Spitzberg, the new version of M3D image updated on February 11, 2014).
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Nov 06 2012
(by Ming Tsou, November 05, 2012, 11:59pm). firstname.lastname@example.org, Professor of Geography, San Diego State University) Tomorrow is the election day for the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election. Who will win the election? That’s probably the most expensive answer now on the Earth. Hundreds of different “predictions” and “analysis” are available on TVs, Radios, Newspapers, and …
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Nov 04 2012
Last night, I opened my favorite mobile phone App, Pandora, and listened to my favorite music. Suddenly, an advertisement window popped out and showed me an election campaign message from one San Diego Mayor Candidate. I was surprised that these advertisements are so spatially “targeted” and it works. Yes, I lived in San Diego, …
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