How Contextual Frames Normalize Submission

  title={How Contextual Frames Normalize Submission},
  author={Andreas Schneider},
  journal={Deviant Behavior},
  pages={200 - 215}
  • A. Schneider
  • Published 16 December 2018
  • Sociology
  • Deviant Behavior
ABSTRACT Two studies demonstrate how contextual frames normalize submission and hereby complement and legitimize the exercise of power. Combining Kuhn’s qualitative concept of the self with Charles Osgood’s empirical measurements of self-attitudes, the first study tests the impact of the frame of submission on self-attitudes. This assessment of the self allows to quantify the influence of a frame or context. A second study tests the hypothesis that selves, organized by the context of submission… 


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