Media Contexts


Imagine you're watching a movie. The movie isn't just a story; it's also influenced by the time and place it was made, the beliefs and issues of that time, and even who funded or created the movie. So, when we study media contexts, we're looking at everything surrounding that movie (or any media) that might have influenced it or how people understand it. It's like digging into the background of a photo to see why and how it was taken.