This volume presents original, ‘big picture’ perspectives on news framing. Each chapter in this volume will feature an individual or team of framing analysts who take a reflective look at their own empirical work. The editors' goals are to identify the influences that determine the use of different theoretical and methodological approaches, and to provide interpretive guides to news framing scholars regarding what news frames are, how they can be observed in news texts, and how framing effects are uncovered and substantiated in cultural, group, and individual sites.
Doing News Framing Analysis II will continue the work of its predecessor by giving talented framing scholars the space to write about their work and bring readers closer to the framing research project.
Chapter 9 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Stephen D. Reese
Preface by Paul D’Angelo
Prologue—A Typology of Frames in News Framing Analysis Paul D’Angelo
Part 1: News Framing and Public Understanding of Policy Issues
1. Reconstructing Frames From Intertextual News Discourse: A Semantic Network Approach
2. Studying Framing Effects on Political Preferences: Existing Research and Lingering Questions
Ethan Busby, D. J. Flynn and James N. Druckman
3. Changing the Story: Reflections on Applied News Framing Analysis
Moira O’Neil and Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor
Part II: News Framing Within the Shifting Boundaries of Theory and Methodology
4. Down the Rabbit Hole: Integrating Emotions into News Framing Effects Research
5. Defragmenting News Framing Research: Reconciling Generic and Issue-Specific Frames
Michael Brüggemann and Paul D’Angelo
6. Driving The Frame: How News Values, News Pegs, and Story Angles Guide Journalistic Frame-Building
Jan Boesman and Baldwin Van Gorp
Part III: News Framing in the Intersections of New Media and Journalism
7. Framing in an Interactive News Environment
David Tewksbury and Julius Riles
8. Addressing Theoretical and Methodological Challenges of News Framing Analysis Within the Contemporary Media Landscape
Part IV: News Framing Within Visual/Verbal Interfaces and Across Media Platforms
9. A Methodological Approach for Integrative Framing Analysis of Television News
10. Researching the Framing of Still and Moving Images Across Media Platforms: Challenges and Opportunities
Carol Schwalbe, B. William Silcock and Susan Keith
Part V: News Framing in International and Cross-Cultural Settings
11. International Frame Building in Mediated Public Diplomacy
Tamir Sheafer, Shaul Shenhav and Eran Amsalem
12. Comparative News Framing Analysis: Explaining and Measuring Patterns of Frames in News Stories
Part VI: News Framing within Issue and Policy Domains
13. News Framing and Social Protest: Toward a Comprehensive Model
Michael Boyle and Douglas M. McLeod
14. Health News Coverage and Policy: The Effects of Combining Frames
Lesa Hatley Major
15. How News Frames Prime Non-Whites as Social Problems
Travis Dixon, Erica Bauer and Christopher Josey
Paul D’Angelo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at The College of New Jersey. His research on theories and effects of news framing in political campaign settings, both within the U.S. and in comparative perspective, has appeared in Journalism Practice, American Behavioral Scientist, Journal of Communication, and the Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics. His work on the disciplinary historiography of political communication has in appeared in Mass Communication and Society and Communication Yearbook. He co-edited of Doing Framing Analysis: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives (Routledge, 2010).
"While some academics consider the framing concept past its prime, this volume shows how vibrant, diverse, and global framing research is. Conceptual tensions, the interplay between different actors’ frames, frames in the new and platform driven media landscape, and comparative challenges. All these fundamental perspectives area addressed in this monumental and timely collection. A must read."
-Claes de Vreese, Ph.D.,University of Amsterdam
"Rarely does a volume of news analysis come along that is both comprehensive and inspiring, offering enduring value and cross-disciplinary appeal. This edited collection rises to the occasion. Paul D’Angelo puts on a command performance as editor, assembling a world-class team of researchers who make a definitive statement about how news framing research ought to be conducted—and the issues that arise in examining the lenses through which journalists produce news to an awaiting world. Part reflection on the craft of media research, part empirical demonstration, equal measures insightful, Doing News Framing Analysis II should be on the shelf of every serious analyst of news. "
– Erik P. Bucy, Marshall and Sharleen Formby Regents Professor of Strategic Communication, Texas Tech University