Date: Thu 02 Oct 2003 - 06:36:59 GMT
Dans un e-mail daté du 02/10/03 00:58:23 Paris, Madrid (heure d'été),
email@example.com a écrit :
> P.S. Does anyone know of any dissertations that have used memetic theory as
> a framework/lens? I have looked in UMI but didn't see too many...
I am working on a research project which was triggered by the series of
articles on memetics published in Scientific American : S. Blackmore, "The Power of
Memes", and related articles : Lee Alan Dugatkin , "Animals Imitate, too" ;
Robert Boyd and Peter J. Richerson , "Memes Theory Oversimplifies how culture
changes" ; Henry Plotkin , "People do more than imitate", Scientific American,
Volume 283, Number 4, October 2000.
My reactions to these articles are available on my web site :
The page header is in French but the texts are in English.
A summary of my current research in English is also available :
A draft of the full paper is available in French :
This was distributed via the memetics list associated with the
Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission
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