MEMES RELATED TO COVID-19 ON SOCIAL MEDIA: A STUDY

Authors

  • Mandeep Choursia, Dr. Chanchal Sachdeva Suri

Abstract

COVID-19 is the talk of the town presently in the whole world and the world is busy to deal
with it so they can break the chain of spreading this disease amongst its citizens. For the
safety of the people, most of the countries of the globe declared this as the state of emergency
and announced the complete lockdown. Now, most of the population of the world is in
quarantine and the best option available for them is the internet on which they could spend
time interacting with people or surf it for gathering information on current affairs. Many
memes are being made on COVID-19 and spread on various sites like Facebook, Instagram,
Youtube etc. People are coming across the content made upon the present situation. Now the
question arises, how many people actually like and share these memes further? This study is
based on the aspect which focuses on social platform(s) most popular for memes at present.
Also the researcher will study, how many users like and share these memes. The
methodology used for the present study will be google survey as no other methodology is
possible to adopt. The sample selected for the study will be the population of Tricity i.e
Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula.

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Published

2020-11-30

How to Cite

Mandeep Choursia, Dr. Chanchal Sachdeva Suri. (2020). MEMES RELATED TO COVID-19 ON SOCIAL MEDIA: A STUDY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 2224 - 2236. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1105