Why I love Media

Media is an element that can not be separated from our lives. In order to respond to the question ‘Why I love Media’, it is crucial to define love. My definition of love is to enjoy, have passion in and to appreciate. To begin with, being born in the start of the 21st century, I have never been separated from Media. Although most of the time noticing its company was difficult, cameras that recorded my childhood, news from the television, music from speakers and radios and lectures from school were all media in my life. Now that I think of it, I have always loved Media and its complexity, convenience and company. 

Although I am still a scholar barely understanding the peak of the summit about Media, and despite being familiar with media for about twenty years, there are so many more ideas and concepts behind Media. These are divided into various fields and each needs a tremendous amount of study. One part I love about Media’s complexity is that learning about it would never end, and better products and outcomes may arise from Media each day. No one can say they are truly familiar with everything about media, making it interesting for scholars, as they have the opportunity to discover new concepts and ideas each day, and this is why I love media.

Yoonah Park



Published by Life in Media

Website dedicated to the Media Life/Life in Media project of Mark Deuze, Professor of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands).

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