The discourse of Arab electronic newspapers towards international crises, the crisis of Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) as a model
Keywords:Press discourse, referendum, Arab electronic newspapers, international crises, European Union
This study deals with the journalistic discourse of Arab electronic newspapers towards global crises, the crisis of Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) as a model, represented by Britain's exit from the European Union, and the negotiations that followed and what this referendum caused of an economic and political crisis between them and its economic effects. On the markets, whether in Britain or the countries of the European Union, and its repercussions on global markets, by analyzing the nature of this discourse, monitoring and defining the theses on which this discourse was based, the paths of proof, the active forces, and the reference frameworks that it contained, by conducting a study of the press discourse of the UAE and Al-Masry Al-Youm electronic newspapers, accredited Based on the survey method, and using the discourse analysis questionnaire as a tool in this study, for the period from 1/1/2019 to 31/12/2020. When analyzing the press discourse, the researcher found a number of theses about the causes and consequences of Britain's exit from the European Union presented by both newspapers of the study, in addition to identifying evidence for this exit, while the press discourse mentioned many active forces towards the issue of (Brexit), as well as the reference frameworks for this. The case, and the study newspapers presented a number of central theses about the causes and results of this exit, as well as other findings of the study.
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