In the realm of We Media, literary criticism is not completely free and unrestricted during its continuous production process; instead, it should adhere to certain ethical norms. The ethical dimensions of literary criticism in We Media focus on fostering a fair relationship between criticism activities and text, society, and the audience in order to facilitate healthy and orderly criticism that yields positive outcomes. The ethics of literary criticism in We Media can be categorized into aesthetic ethics, cultural ethics, political ethics, and media ethics within its internal structure, all of which ultimately converge into the realm of art production ethics. It is important to embrace a consciousness of intersubjectivity and adopt a cognitive approach of situationism in order to avoid blind restrictions and misjudgments in order to foster a positive and healthy ecosystem for literary criticism in We Media. Additionally, it is crucial to adhere to bottom-line thinking and emphasize responsibility, taste, and discipline while regulating the field of criticism, the audience, and critical text.





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