Recently, after visiting Morocco, I was adding new WMA-items to the database, and I felt the need to categorize the content of the database in a more accurate way. I had already added categories like types of authors or publishers of texts as well as descriptions of the physical shape of the items in the database, and while I was thinking about how to further categorize the content of the database (i.e. texts written in Moroccan Arabic), I concluded the content of the database, and consequently the content of my collection of WMA texts, can be divided in 12 domains.
It should be noted that the collection and the database exclusively contain written texts in which Moroccan Arabic (Darija) is used (possibly in combination with other languages). Spoken Darija is not part of the collection and therefore spoken Darija will be disregarded in the treatment of these domains, although there may very well be a role for spoken Darija in some of these domains too.
The domains in which written Moroccan Arabic (WMA) can be found are:
Informing the public
Interaction on social media
Circles of advocates of Darija
Short personal notes in daily life
This list of domains is the result of 'work in progress' so it is possible that in the future one or two new domains will be added to the list.
The order of presentation of the domains is more or less randomly chosen, although the first domain of advertisement is probably the most frequent in the database.