It has been more than twenty-five years since publication of David Snow, Burke Rochford, Steven Worden, and Robert Benford's article, "Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation" in the American Sociological Review (1986). Here we consider the conceptual and empirical origins of the framing perspective, how its introduction fundamentally altered and continues to influence the study of social movements, and where scholarly research on social movement framing is still needed.
The Emergence, Development, and Future of the Framing Perspective: 25+ Years Since "Frame Alignment"
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David Snow, Robert Benford, Holly McCammon, Lyndi Hewitt, Scott Fitzgerald; The Emergence, Development, and Future of the Framing Perspective: 25+ Years Since "Frame Alignment". Mobilization: An International Quarterly 1 February 2014; 19 (1): 23–46. doi: https://doi.org/10.17813/maiq.19.1.x74278226830m69l
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