The Neglect of Power in Recent Framing Research

@inproceedings{Carragee2004TheNO,
  title={The Neglect of Power in Recent Framing Research},
  author={Kevin M. Carragee and Wim Roefs},
  year={2004}
}
This article provides a critique of recent developments in research examining media frames and their influence. We contend that a number of trends in framing research have neglected the relationship between media frames and broader issues of political and social power. This neglect is a product of a number of factors, including conceptual problems in the definition of frames, the inattention to frames sponsorship, the failure to examine framing contests within wider political and social… CONTINUE READING

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