عنوان مقاله [English]
Culture and communication are coexistent in relationships, and inseparable in practice. Every cultural behavior is a communicative event, and every communicative action is a cultural event. Media is the gateway through which culture is transmitted to individuals because media content is considered a cultural element. Today, it is not possible to achieve a complete and comprehensive understanding of the relationship between media and culture without conducting multicultural research and interdisciplinary studies. The media are regarded as the places for laying the cultural groundwork, and deep reflection about the importance of meaning and thinking given the cultural context and social realm, which strengthens and reconstructs a coherent model of meaning and establishes a value center. The garden, the domesticated nature, as a cultural landscape, is the result of a complex historical interaction that has formed over time and at the same time has aesthetic, transcendent and useful values, and through its multiple values engages all five senses. On the one side of this interaction is always "human" as a social being who is able to build a culture, and at the other end of the spectrum is everything that human has encountered at various times. His first encounter is "nature." In subsequent encounters, man has established a connection with his environment, and the achievement of this connection has created a culture. Therefore, the Persian Garden is a historical phenomenon as a medium that, in addition to what is mentioned in the tradition, has themes that are related to the world of new media and the patterns that exist in the media to convey concepts in a special way.