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A Typology of Framing Research: It needs to be tangible
Unformatted Document Text:  A Typology of Framing Research-- 13 (Norris, 1995). In addition, a social value helps Journalists to work with issues to simplify, prioritize, and structure the narrative flow of events. That’s why social value is frequently implied in various kinds of issues. Pan and Kosicki (1993) pointed out the implications of social value in news frames: The domain in which the news discourse operates consists of shared beliefs about a society. These beliefs, despite the elusive nature of their content, are known to and accepted by a majority of the society as common sense or conventional wisdom (e.g., “Equal opportunities are desirable; “Opposing political candidates compete to win”; “Truth means something real,” etc.). They are pervasive and are often taken for granted. They set the parameters of a broad framework within which news discourse is constructed, transmitted, and developed. Social value frames have much higher likelihood to activate individual’s value relevant preexisting knowledge or schema, accordingly, resulting in a particular way of understanding on the issue regardless of intended or not. Because values function as a heuristic device for a wide variety of individuals  from the politically unsophisticated to the politically knowledgeable (Shah & Domke, 1996), people’s understanding of issues is powerfully shaped by values involved (Tetlock, 1989; Boninger, Krosnick, & Berent, 1995). To be detail, social value frames associate the issue with the value-referenced knowledge, for example, a core value in self-concept or self-image, then, if the association is thought of applicable, the issue becomes transformed from the object that need to be just understood into the attitude object to which evaluation would be attached. Depending upon whether the issue is perceived to be threatening or supporting the frame-referenced core value, corresponding built-in sets of evaluation will be transferred to the issue. If once this relationship is established, it is

Authors: Choi, Jinmyung.
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A Typology of Framing Research-- 13
(Norris, 1995). In addition, a social value helps Journalists to work with issues to simplify,
prioritize, and structure the narrative flow of events. That’s why social value is frequently
implied in various kinds of issues. Pan and Kosicki (1993) pointed out the implications of social
value in news frames:
The domain in which the news discourse operates consists of shared beliefs
about a society. These beliefs, despite the elusive nature of their content, are known to
and accepted by a majority of the society as common sense or conventional wisdom (e.g.,
“Equal opportunities are desirable; “Opposing political candidates compete to win”;
“Truth means something real,” etc.). They are pervasive and are often taken for granted.
They set the parameters of a broad framework within which news discourse is
constructed, transmitted, and developed.
Social value frames have much higher likelihood to activate individual’s value relevant
preexisting knowledge or schema, accordingly, resulting in a particular way of understanding on
the issue regardless of intended or not. Because values function as a heuristic device for a wide
variety of individuals
from the politically unsophisticated to the politically knowledgeable
(Shah & Domke, 1996), people’s understanding of issues is powerfully shaped by values
involved (Tetlock, 1989; Boninger, Krosnick, & Berent, 1995).
To be detail, social value frames associate the issue with the value-referenced knowledge,
for example, a core value in self-concept or self-image, then, if the association is thought of
applicable, the issue becomes transformed from the object that need to be just understood into
the attitude object to which evaluation would be attached. Depending upon whether the issue is
perceived to be threatening or supporting the frame-referenced core value, corresponding built-in
sets of evaluation will be transferred to the issue. If once this relationship is established, it is


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