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????: As emojis become further embedded in our lives, how can journalists find the stories inside?

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s the value of an emoji? From the skin tones of the human emojis to the existence of the gun emoji, the icons have clearly become intertwined in the our culture of communication. Ninety-two percent of people online use emoji, and more than 6 billion emoji are...
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