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News framing effects

Author: Sophie Lecheler; C H de Vreese
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"News Framing Effects is a guide to framing effects theory, one of the most prominent theories in media and communication science. Rooted in both psychology and sociology, framing effects theory describes the ability of news media to influence peoples' attitudes and behaviours by subtle changes to how they report on an issue. The book gives expert commentary on this complex theoretical notion alongside practical  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sophie Lecheler; C H de Vreese
ISBN: 9781138632684 1138632686 9781138632707 1138632708
OCLC Number: 1041227535
Description: x, 127 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: News framing effects theory: an integrative view --
News framing effects ... from where? --
News framing effects ... on what? --
Moderators of news framing effects ... on whom? --
Mediators of news framing effects ... how and why? --
The duration of news framing effects ... how long? --
The future of news framing effects ... and now?.
Responsibility: Sophie Lecheler and Claes H. de Vreese.

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"News Framing Effects is a guide to framing effects theory, one of the most prominent theories in media and communication science. Rooted in both psychology and sociology, framing effects theory describes the ability of news media to influence peoples' attitudes and behaviours by subtle changes to how they report on an issue. The book gives expert commentary on this complex theoretical notion alongside practical instruction on how to apply it to research. The book's structure mirrors the steps a scholar might take to design a framing study. The first chapter establishes a working definition of news framing effects theory. The following chapters focuses on how to identify the independent variable (i.e., the "news frame") and the dependent variable (i.e., the "framing effect"). The book then considers the potential limits or enhancements of the proposed effects (i.e., the "moderators") and how framing effects might emerge (i.e., the "mediators"). Finally, it asks how strong these effects are likely to be. The final chapter considers news framing research in the light of a rapidly and fundamentally changing news and information market, in which technologies, platforms, and changing consumption patterns are forcing assumptions at the core of framing effects theory to be re-evaluated"--

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