Institutions, policies, and arguments: context and strategy in EU policy framing

@inproceedings{Eising2015InstitutionsPA,
  title={Institutions, policies, and arguments: context and strategy in EU policy framing},
  author={R Rikus Eising and Daniel Rasch and Patrycja Rozbicka},
  year={2015}
}
Studies of framing in the EU political system are still a rarity and they suffer from a lack of systematic empirical analysis. Addressing this gap, we ask if institutional and policy contexts intertwined with the strategic side of framing can explain the number and types of frames employed by different stakeholders. We use a computer-assisted manual content analysis and develop a fourfold typology of frames to study the frames that were prevalent in the debates on four EU policy proposals… CONTINUE READING

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