According to the National History Education Clearinghouse, "historical context" refers to the cultural, economic and sociopolitical background pertaining to historical events and trends. Historical sources and artifacts ... More »

Social context is how the people surrounding something affect and interpret something, and historical context is the broader cultural environment of a topic or piece, which includes how time affects the importance of som... More »

From a health perspective, the concept of "body image" refers to the way that a person views his own physical appearance. Body image can be either positive or negative and can be distorted by society's perceptions of phy... More »

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Sociocultural context refers to the intersection of the social and cultural events of a certain time period that inform various phenomena such as art and political dealings. Of course, sociocultural context varies across... More »

Social context, also called social environment, refers to the settings surrounding individuals, including the culture they live in and groups that they interact with. Social context influences customs, traditions and oth... More »

In the context of a resume, personal skills are work-related skills a person can have that are more related to individual traits than specific job skills, such as the ability to type a certain number of words per minute ... More »

The transactional model of communication positions both communicators as senders and receivers who encode their own messages and decode others' messages in the context of both communicators' individual and shared experie... More »