Foreword by James N. Druckman
1. Doing News Framing Analysis -- Paul D'Angelo & Jim A. Kuypers
Part 1: Perspectives on Frame Building and Frame Definition
2. Finding Frames in a Web of Culture: The Case of the War on Terror -- Stephen D. Reese
3. Knowledge Into Action: Framing the Debates Over Climate Change and Poverty -- Matthew C. Nisbet
4. Strategies to Take Subjectivity Out of Framing Analysis -- Baldwin Van Gorp
5. Of Spreading Activation, Applicability, and Schemas: Conceptual Distinctions and Their Operational Implications for Measuring Frames and Framing Effects -- Bertram T. Scheufele & Dietram A. Scheufele
6. The Oppositional Framing of Bloggers -- Stephen D. Cooper
Part II: Perspectives on Framing Effects
7. Studying the Effects of Issue Framing on Public Opinion About Policy Issues: Does What We See Depend on How We Look? -- Paul R. Brewer & Kimberly Gross
8. Framing the Economy: Effects of Journalistic News Frames -- Claes de Vreese
9. Specificity, Complexity, and Validity: Rescuing Experimental Research on Framing Effects -- Dhavan V. Shah, Michael P. Boyle, Mike Schmierbach, Heejo Keum, & Cory L. Armstrong
10. Framing the Pictures in Our Heads: Exploring the Framing and Agenda-Setting Effects of Visual Images -- Renita Coleman
Part III: Theoretical Integration in News Framing Analysis
11. Researching Political News Framing: Established Ground and New Horizons -- Regina G. Lawrence
12. Framing Analysis From a Rhetorical Perspective -- Jim A. Kuypers
13. Framing Through a Feminist Lens: A Tool in Support of an Activist Research Agenda -- Marie Hardin & Erin Whiteside
14. Framing Media Power -- Robert M. Entman
15. Conclusion: Arriving at the Horizons of News Framing Analysis-- Paul D'Angelo
The College of New Jersey, USA Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
"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 areaddressed in this monumental and timely collection.
A must read."
-Claes de Vreese, Ph.D. Professor of Political Communication, University of Amsterdam.
"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 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