The presence of digital criticism in contemporary Arab monetary discourse; between the logic of proof and the question of value

Authors

  • Oussama Amirat Teacher education College of Setif Massaoud Zeghar (Algeria) Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.61212/jsd/221

Keywords:

Digital Critic, Digital Critic in the Arab World, Cognitive Return and Value Added.

Abstract

The imposition of this virtual space makes sense in bringing creative pathways and spheres of criticism closer to the rest of both literature and critics, expanding opportunities to meet and learn about the new literary version and enabling those working in this field to demonstrate literary citizenship and poetry in these digital discourses; This new space was the world's pre-eminent cognitive and scientific event at the beginning of this century, given the ease of resource and taking in all applied processes or practices through hyperlinks and interactive pages that do not know the place and time, but the lesson in producing connectedness and making a digital vulture in these communicative spaces.

This study monitors the presence of digital criticism in contemporary Arab monetary discourse by monitoring the reasons for engagement and addressing these digital literary models, in cash, reading and interpretation, and presenting them to readers' audiences through interactive media (electronic magazines, social media platforms), as well as following up on the methodological steps used to criticize digital Arab literary works. The most important cognitive returns and communication dimensions are described.

This study concludes that this new critical experience is beginning to resonate in the Arab scientific and cultural arena by expanding the circles of communication and communication between Arab literature and critics, and by contributing to the formation of a worthy literary and critical movement.

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Published

2024-06-03

How to Cite

The presence of digital criticism in contemporary Arab monetary discourse; between the logic of proof and the question of value. (2024). Journal of Scientific Development for Studies and Research (JSD), 5(18), 338-350. https://doi.org/10.61212/jsd/221

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