11.01.2022 | 
Science
A NEW TOOLKIT FOR DIGITAL ARABIC MEDIA CONTENT ANALYSIS WILL BE DEVELOPED AT YSU
A NEW TOOLKIT FOR DIGITAL ARABIC MEDIA CONTENT ANALYSIS WILL BE DEVELOPED AT YSU
The scientific topic "The Response of Digital Arabic Media to the Second Artsakh War and Post-War Developments" was funded by the Scientific Committee of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of the Republic of Armenia.

It is obvious that the second Artsakh war was an important information occasion both in the world and in the Arabic-speaking environment, after which they started writing about that conflict much more than in the last decade.

This is shown by the observation of the geographical results of the search for Nagorno Karabakh on Google Trends.

 

It is obvious that the second Artsakh war was an important information occasion both in the world and in the Arabic-speaking environment, after which they started writing about that conflict much more than in the last decade.

This is shown by the review of the geographical results of the search for Nagorno Karabakh on Google Trends.

"The challenges and developments expected for the security of the Republic of Armenia and Artsakh, and especially for the Armenian communities in the Middle East, need to be studied and evaluated. Therefore, the aim of the research is to answer those questions through the content study of Arabic-language digital media,”says Hayk Kocharyan, Associate Professor, Head of the Chair of Arabic Studies at YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies.

 

 

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