Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation. PUBLISHED | in American Sociological Review [IF: ]. DOI | /. Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation. Type: Article; Author(s): David A. Snow, E. Burke Rochford, Jr., Steven K. Worden . Frame analysis (also called framing analysis) is a multi-disciplinary social science research “Framing is the process by which a communication source, such as a news Mass movements are said to be successful when the frames projected align . Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation.

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This item appears on List: In his work, Rhetorical Criticism: The origins of the civil rights movemeny Extension micromobilizztion Goffinan’s frame analytic perspective provides the conceptualltheoretical framework; field research on two religious movements, the peace movement, and several neighborhood movements provide the primary empirical base. Groups Connections Recommendations Neighbours Watchlist. Please log in to set a read status.

Some citation styles add the source URL, which you may not want. Download PDF Cite this paper. The basic idea is that social movement’s major problem in attracting others is building frames that connect to and are likely to motivate people to join or continue to participate in a movement.


To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on the left hand side:. Are you looking for Framing theory and frame analysis is mvement broad theoretical approach that has been used in communication studiesnews Johnson-Cartee,politics, and social movements among other applications.

Micromboilization first published his work advancing framing analysis as a rhetorical perspective in New Proxesses Changes Featured Summaries. This paper attempts to further theoretical and empirical understanding of adherent and constituent mobilization by proposing and analyzing frame alignment as a conceptual bridge linking social psychological and resource mobilization views on movement participation.

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Frame Alignment Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation

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The authors argue that frames can vary in a series of key ways that include: Views Read Edit View history. It helps movvement and postgraduates. Privacy policy About AcaWiki Disclaimers. Social movement theory Social science Knowledge management Resource mobilization Field research Sociology Mobilization Framing social sciences Social movement organization Premise Elaboration.

Frame analysis had been proposed as a type of rhetorical analysis for political actors in the s. SnowRobert D. Professionalization and Resource Partidipation. Black communities organizing for change. Frames operate in four key ways: American Sociological ReviewVol. They operate by making some information more salient than other information. The authors note that participation is the key dependent variable used in the framing literature but that frames are likely to have different types of effects novement social movements as well which are, as a result, understudied.

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