Framing Theory

@inproceedings{Chong2007FramingT,
  title={Framing Theory},
  author={Dennis Chong and J. Druckman},
  year={2007}
}
■ Abstract We review the meaning of the concept of framing, approaches to studying framing, and the effects of framing on public opinion. After defining framing and framing effects, we articulate a method for identifying frames in communication and a psychological model for understanding how such frames affect public opinion. We also discuss the relationship between framing and priming, outline future research directions, and describe the normative implications of framing. 
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