Switching Trains of Thought

@article{Price1997SwitchingTO,
  title={Switching Trains of Thought},
  author={V. Price and D. Tewksbury and Elizabeth Powers},
  journal={Communication Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={24},
  pages={481 - 506}
}
This study investigated how journalistic story frames can affect the thoughts and feelings of readers. Two hundred and seventy-eight students participated in two studies, reading and responding to a fictitious story about possible reductions in state funding of their university. Stories were presented in one of four randomly assigned versions, all containing the same information, but varying in their opening and closing paragraphs according to the frame employed: human interest, conflict, or… Expand
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