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Fictionalizing the figuration: (In) consideration of the Arab spring’s narrative matrix

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The objective of this article is to investigate the perceptual experience of a mediated temporality as it pertains to the structure and iteration of the narrative matrix. It examines the construction of the internal narrative assembled from disparate points of media production and distribution fictionalized into codified sequences through the operational stages of figuration and the subsequent iteration. The article will consider the syntagmatic and the paradigmatic within the narrative matrix of the Arab Spring, and the subsequent breakdown of the chronological and mimetic activity.

[…] time becomes human to the extent that it is articulated through a narrative mode, and narrative attains its full meaning when it becomes a condition of temporal experience.
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Keywords: Arab Spring; mimesis; narrative matrix; paradigmatic; syntagmatic; temporality

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Plymouth and Virginia Commonwealth University

Publication date: May 17, 2012

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