Political communication researcher Jim A. Kuypers first published his work advancing framing analysis as a rhetorical perspective in His approach begins inductively by looking for themes that persist across time in a text for Kuypers, primarily news narratives on an issue or event , and then determining how those themes are framed. They operate by making some information more salient than other information.
|Published (Last):||13 October 2011|
|PDF File Size:||5.30 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||8.64 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Try Hajer. And maybe critical realism. Framing to me, in other words is contextualistion in view of the shared assumptions occur at certain social place where the discourse occurs. This social setting or space may be micro as well as macro; e. So detecting the frame becomes part of discourse analysis. I believe that as all the methodological theoretical foci exist limitations. Some philosophers think that to analyze the speech by their referencialidad is reductionistic, to appeal to the context in which the speech is emitted does not say us the real meaning of the processes, the motivations.
Analizar the speech of the social movements carries us again to locate a framework. In final the analysis of the speech will permit to identify transformations in the use of the language, key that carry us to the reconstruction of the reality,. And I believe that the analysis of the speech is only a way to undertake the theme of the social movements that requires for its study the sociological and anthropological look.
A hug Philipp. The problem is the perspective of discourse analysis we consider. Think the discourse considerated just only like linguistical phenomena, does not bring possibilities to the analysis. The categories of frame analysis may be usefull to analyze the discourse how an subjetive construction of the actors experience, and their "footprints".
I think that the source we have indicate the perspective too. Is not the same work with a corpus of interviews or the "footprints" of events through accesible newspapers, for example. Sorry for my awfull english. Regards from Buenos Aires. In the s, it seems to be "core literacies. As well, any clever or cunning critiques of "core literacies" themselves would be helpful. And, finally, critical analyses of such projects as "literacy across the curriculum" which can be used well to include schools of Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, etc.
See: Benford, R. Framing processes and social movements: An overview and assessment. Annual review of sociology, Snow, D. Frame alignment processes, micromobilization, and movement participation.
American sociological review, Johnston, H. A methodology for frame analysis: From discourse to cognitive schemata. Social movements and culture, 4, 2l However, from a discursive perspective, frame analyses tend to rely heavily on a cognitive paradigm in which "where" the frames "are" is primarily analyst-driven and imposed.
In Europe, Critical Discourse Analysis has very successfully used various types of texts, including newspaper articles, opinion columns, etc. Specifically, is the "social movement" more overt Falun Dafa outside of China, xenophobia in Northern Europe or more covert biomedical skepticism of complementary or alternative medicine, etc. Additionally, I think the selection of analytic tools also depend on the "kind" of discourse you have to analyze. Good luck! His work might be useful to you.
See: - Steinberg, M. American Journal of Sociology, 3 , Tilting the frame: Considerations on collective action framing from a discursive turn. Theory and Society, 27 6 , Bayshan and Hallahan have a great overview of framing and methodology that might help you to select what fits for your work. Petersburg, Russia.
Framing or discourse analysis? How to understand social movements discourse?
Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation