M – Media Language
I – Institutions
G – Genre
R – Representation
A – Audience
I – Ideologies and Values
N – Narrative
E – Economical, political, social, historical
- Media Languages
- In media terms, it depicts the sign frameworks, structures and codes utilized by a specific medium, for example, photographic language, film/moving picture language or print medium language.
- These codes might be comprehended by certain crowds and not by others.
- Institutions are collections of individuals working together in hierarchal structure to achieve clearly defined goals.
- Genres can determine the narrative conventions of a text
- Genres generate expectations in audiences
- Where the media build adaptations of individuals and places.
- Audiences are the groups of individuals targeted by producers as the intended consumers of media texts.
- Ideology comprises of a lot of mentalities, convictions and qualities held in like manner by a gathering of individuals and socially created inside a network to continue a specific lifestyle.
- The idea of Narrative permits us to investigate how that plot/storyline has been assembled, and how characters are necessary to how the account is executed.