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Practical Applications

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Professor Ted Coopman

RTVF 173

 

Theory Description - Annotated Bibliographys - Executive SummaryPractical Applications - FrontPage 

 

section on the practical applications of the particular theory: How might this theory be applied to solve problems, create or change policy, or help us understand media processes in such a way as to make us better citizens, media producers/consumers, human beings? Be creative, five applications one or two sentences each.

 

1. Framing can help us depict a positive message to the masses. By repeatedly focusing on the positive of a situation, person or place, we are able to compose an ideal that is beneficial to society. The less important information is set to the side of the main message.

 

2. It can help to remind consumers of media to put the information they get into context and to always check sources to verify it.

 

3. The study of framing can help teach people how others respond to putting messages in different contexts. For example, if people respond better to focusing on the negative or positive.

 

(Dan Hawkey) are to finish the last 4 practicle applications. Please remove directions and extra text when finished.

 

 

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