Abstract

Abstract:

This paper deals with the role of performing arts criticism on the Web 2.0, as encountered in blogs, web magazines and social media. The development of technological tools promotes easy access to Web platforms: a new cultural identity is conveyed through and within virtual communities where the debate is non-regulated and open to anyone. Confronting the philosophical and analytical background with the communication environment that now hosts the critical discourse, my intent is to show to which extent the freedom of publishing and sharing opinions is changing the fundamental categories of critical analysis in terms of language, relevance and management of authority and authoritativeness.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2196-3517
Print ISSN
0930-5874
Pages
pp. 73-80
Launched on MUSE
2019-12-19
Open Access
No
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