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" an interpretive schemata that simplifies and condenses the 'world out there' by selectively punctuating and encoding objects, situations, events, experiences, and sequences of actions within one's present or past environments" (Snow and Benford 1992,... "
Passionate Politics: Emotions and Social Movements - Page 6
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Frontiers in Social Movement Theory

Assoc Professor Aldon D Morris, Aldon D. Morris, Carol McClurg Mueller, Assoc Professor Carol McClurg Mueller - Social Science - 1992 - 382 pages
...Throughout these works the basic referent for the concept of frame is essentially the same: it refers to an interpretive schemata that simplifies and condenses...actions within one's present or past environment. In Goffman's words, frames allow individuals "to locate, perceive, identify, and label" events within...
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New Social Movements: From Ideology to Identity

Enrique Larana - Political Science - 2009 - 376 pages
...(1974) Frame Analysis to illuminate how movement actors make sense of their social worlds. A frame is "an interpretive schemata that simplifies and condenses...sequences of actions within one's present or past environments" (Snow and Benford 1992, 137). In the context of social movements, collective action frames...
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Social Movement Organizations: Guide to Research on Insurgent Realities

John Lofland - Social Science - 421 pages
...beliefs and frames into the idea of the collective action frame, which they define as "an interpretative schemata that simplifies and condenses the 'world...situations, events, experiences, and sequences of action's within one's present or past environment" (p. 137). Pertinent to similarities in SMO beliefs,...
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The Art of Moral Protest: Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements

James M. Jasper - Social Science - 2008 - 530 pages
...situation, a prognosis of what should be done, and motivation to do it. They define a collective action frame as an "interpretive schemata that simplifies...actions within one's present or past environment." Frames must link movement perspectives to the broader culture through processes of bridging, amplification,...
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Power in Movement: Social Movements and Contentious Politics

Sidney Tarrow - Political Science - 1998 - 271 pages
...relate to how social movements construct meaning for action.5 A frame, in Snow and Benford's words, is an interpretive schemata that simplifies and condenses...actions within one's present or past environment. (1992: 137) Collective action frames are accentuating devices that either "underscore and embellish...
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Rethinking the Cold War

Allen Hunter - History - 2010 - 320 pages
...by social movement and communications theorists. A frame "refers to an interpretive schemata [sic] that simplifies and condenses the 'world out there'...experiences and sequences of actions within one's present and past environment" (David A. Snow and Robert D. Benford, "Master Frames and Cycles of Protest,"...
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Waves of Protest: Social Movements Since the Sixties

Jo Freeman, Victoria Johnson - Philosophy - 1999 - 381 pages
...problem that resonate with the views and experiences of potential recruits. Snow and Benford (1992, 137) define a frame as "an interpretive schemata that simplifies...actions within one's present or past environment." Networks are important because of the cultural meanings they transmit. Indeed, earlier work on the...
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Where We Live, Work, and Play: The Environmental Justice Movement and the ...

Patrick Novotny - Political Science - 2000 - 115 pages
...(McAdam 1994, 37-38). 6. Framing, writes David Snow and Robert Benford, is "an interpretive [scheme] that simplifies and condenses the 'world out there'...sequences of actions within one's present or past environments" (Snow and Benford 1992, 137). 7. At its most basic level, writes Robert D. Benford, framing...
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Solidarity and Contention: The Politics of Security and Sustainability in ...

Michael C. Dreiling - Business & Economics - 2001 - 225 pages
...power. 16. David Snow and Robert Benford elaborate and further define a frame as "an interpretive schema that simplifies and condenses the 'world out there'...sequences of actions within one's present or past environmenL" Frames thus function "as modes of attribution and articulation. "(Snow & Benford 1992,...
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Christian Clergy in American Politics

Sue E. S. Crawford, Laura R. Olson - Political Science - 2001 - 304 pages
...the concept of frame, which is an "interpretive schemata that simplifies and condenses [the world] by selectively punctuating and encoding objects, situations,...experiences, and sequences of actions within one's present and past environment" (Snow and Benford 1992, 137). When movement leaders use frames, they do so to...
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