Dangerous Frames

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Isbn10 0226902366
Isbn13 9780226902364
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Number Of Pages 224
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Publish Date May 1, 2008
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Publishers University Of Chicago Press
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Subjects Social Science
Gender Studies
Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General
Women's Studies - General
Social Science / Women's Studies
Case studies
Political aspects
Political psychology
Public opinion
Sex role
United States
Subtitle How Ideas about Race and Gender Shape Public Opinion (Studies in Communication, Media, and Public Opinion)
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Dangerous Frames
Authors Nicholas J. G. Winter
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Categories Social Science
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Description In addition to their obvious roles in American politics, race and gender also work in hidden ways to profoundly influence the way we think—and vote—about a vast array of issues that don’t seem related to either category. As Nicholas Winter reveals in Dangerous Frames, politicians and leaders often frame these seemingly unrelated issues in ways that prime audiences to respond not to the policy at hand but instead to the way its presentation resonates with their deeply held beliefs about race and gender. Winter shows, for example, how official rhetoric about welfare and Social Security has tapped into white Americans’ racial biases to shape their opinions on both issues for the past two decades. Similarly, the way politicians presented health care reform in the 1990s divided Americans along the lines of their attitudes toward gender. Combining cognitive and political psychology with innovative empirical research, Dangerous Frames ultimatelyilluminates the emotional underpinnings of American politics.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 224
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2008-05-01
Publisher University of Chicago Press
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Subtitle How Ideas about Race and Gender Shape Public Opinion
Title Dangerous Frames

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