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Morad Abd- Elrahman Mabrook HASSAN

GEOPOLITICAL THEORY AND IDENTITY PATTERNS (AN INTERTEXTUAL CRITIQUE IN POETIC TEXT)

This research aims to introduce the concept of geopolitical theory and its relationship to identity patterns in Arabic literary texts. It highlights the scholars' and critics' openness to the humanities and applied sciences that intersect with modern critical theories. Any shift in political perspectives that leads to changes in the landscape of a nation necessitates corresponding transformations in literary texts and subsequently in identity patterns. This study holds significant importance both in geographical and literary/critical studies, seeking to explore interdisciplinary aspects within the humanities and to express the lived Arab reality. Furthermore, it emphasizes the relevance of keeping up with the advancements in critical studies due to their influence and interaction with foreign counterparts. The research delves into the problem of identifying a connection between the dimensions of geopolitical theory from both geographical and critical perspectives. To address this, poetic models are chosen that illustrate the relationship between geopolitical theory, identity patterns, and poetic texts. The study aims to answer some research hypotheses and address its problematic aspects through the results obtained, notably the inevitability of the existence of a relationship between geopolitical theory, identity patterns, and poetic texts. The research comprises two main axes. The first axis is theoretical and explores the concept of geopolitical theory, its dimensions, and its relationship to identity patterns. It also considers the main elements that contributed to shaping geopolitical theory in literary texts, including political, cultural, social, and civilizational factors, among others. The second axis is applied and focuses on the geopolitical aspects of poetic structures, particularly in functional and prose poetry.

Keywords: Geopolitical theory, Identity patterns, Poetic text, Geographical perspective, Functional structure.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.27.1


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