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Auditoire diasporique et diasporisation dans

Abstract : This article sets out to analyze how the online magazine addresses a fragmented audience, at the intersection of various loci of belonging – geographical, cultural, confessional, etc. The various mechanisms and devices used in this discursive construction are explored so as to highlight how the magazine brings into being performatively a francophone, diasporic, Muslim audience. The notion of diasporisation and the double process of deterritorialisation and reterritorialisation that underlie it are of great help in this perspective. They foreground one of the basic features of this discursive construction, its being part and parcel of a constitutive discourse that voices out a particular Muslim subjectivity by targeting francophone Muslims who share the magazine’s doxa, i.e. a liberal and secular view of Islam which contests both the archaic and the docile Islam.
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Mohamed Saki. Auditoire diasporique et diasporisation dans Expressions maghrébines, 2014, Nouvelles diasporas : Hospitalité et appartenance, 13 (1), pp.95-112. ⟨hal-01121102⟩



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