Finding Frames in a Web of Culture: The Case of the War on Terror

@inproceedings{Reese2009FindingFI,
  title={Finding Frames in a Web of Culture: The Case of the War on Terror},
  author={Stephen D. Reese and J. Kuypers},
  year={2009}
}
The framing concept brings an intuitively appealing and provocative openness, a bridging model that resists being pinned down to any one paradigm, a program of research made useful by its theoretical diversity (D’Angelo, 2002; Reese, 2007). My own definition of frames broadly captures this diversity and bridging quality: “organizing principles that are socially shared and persistent over time, that work symbolically to meaningfully structure the social world” (Reese, 2001). This idea suggests… Expand
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