This part of the course examines framings, which are stories that use a packet of knowledge about an area of life (a frame) to structure another area of life. The main examples discussed are different framings for climate change; from climate change is violence to climate change is a security threat. The choice of different framings influences how we think about climate change, and ultimately how we deal with it.
The notes include an outline of the theory, a chapter summary, a glossary and ideas for further reading.
The slides are a PowerPoint presentation which matches the one used in the video.
The exercises contain examples to analyse using the theory.
The video illustrates framings with an example. Click left to download it and right to watch it on Vimeo.
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