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). Frame analysis. An essay on the organization of experience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Goffman, E. (1983). The interaction order. American Sociological Review , 48 (1), 1-17. Griffin S. (2003). The development of math competence in the preschool and early school years: Cognitive foundations and instructional strategies. In J.M. Royer (Ed.), Mathematical cognition (pp. 1-32). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. Harries-Jones, P. (1995). A recursive vision: Ecological understanding and Gregory Bateson (2 nd revised ed.). Toronto: University

encoded by the verb. This account clearly goes in the same direction as the one proposed by Kaufmann as it derives the meaning of the extended use from some abstract scheme not encoded by the base verb. However, it does not become clear how this particular construction type derives from a general principle in spite of being a particular subconstruction of the resultative construction. In addition, the approach remains inexplicit in regard to the sortal properties of the subject referent. 4 Towards a frame analysis of verbs of emission The data in the preceding sections

, Erving. Frame Analysis: An Essay on the Organization of Experience. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1974 Grumbine, R. Edward and Xu Jianchu. “Creating a ‘Conservation with Chinese Characteristics’.” In Biological Conservation, 144, 2011, pp. 1347-1355 Hathaway, Michael J. “Global Environmental Encounters in Southwest China: Fleeting Intersections and ‘Transnational Work’.” In The Journal of Asian Studies, 69, 2010, pp. 427-451 Hong, Jiang. “Poaching State Politics in Socialist China: Uxin Ju’s Grassland Campaign, 1958-1966.” In Geographical Review, 96/4, 2006, pp

252 Using Microgenetic and Frame Analysis in Language Teacher Cognition Research Anne Feryok Introduction Most of my research has been about specifi c language teacher beliefs or about ‘how teachers’ mental processes are conceived’ (Freeman, 2002: 2); Borg (2006) uses ‘cognition’ to include both. Many language teacher cognition studies examine the specifi c beliefs of teachers as they are declaratively expressed, usually in research interviews, and tacitly prac- ticed, usually in classroom teaching observations. Declarative and tacit beliefs are often

Making sense of religion by direct observation: An application of frame analysis George Park They said, 'You have a blue guitar, You do not play things as they are.' The man replied, 'Things as they are Are changed upon the blue guitar'. - Wallace Stevens (1964:165) This paper concerns the kind of sophistication in observation and interpretation which may be wanted if ethnographic studies, old or new, are to win us a better understanding of the religious mind. As this was not one of Erving Goffman's own subjects, I begin with a bird's-eye view of comparative

The meanings of early diagnostics for Alzheimer’s disease in Dutch newspapers A framing analysis YVONNE CUIJPERS & HARRO VAN LENTE One of the key interests in current biomedical research and clinical practice is detecting Alzheimer’s disease at milder stages. The goal of early diagno- sis is to unravel the underlying pathological processes that precede the symptoms of dementia by identifying and validating biomarkers. The idea is that this will enable a more reliable and earlier diagnosis, maybe even at a pre-symptomatic stage, and speed up the

Dan V. Integrative framing analysis: Framing health through words and visuals Routledge New York, NY 1 170 2018 Most extant framing research has a singular focus, studying either the words in a vacuum, or looking at only the visuals. However, this approach passes over the reality that both words and visuals contribute to the audience’s understanding of issues. In this book, Viorela Dan introduces the integrative framing analysis, a method she developed to study verbal and visual framing concurrently, thereby remedying this blind spot in framing research. Contrary

qualitative frame analysis of the leading quality and popular papers of Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The main objective of the study is to find new insights into the discussion on populism as a universal but simultaneously local phenomenon by analysing the construction of populism as a term in specific contexts. The study is also important because the public meanings of populism have real effects on politics and the success of populist movements. The research questions are: RQ1. How is populism framed in its public portrayal within the Nordic press? RQ2. How do

-427 Lester, L. & Cottle, S. (2009) ‘Visualizing Climate Change: Television News and Ecological Citizenship’, International Journal of Communication 3: 920-936. Luhmann, N. (1996) Die Realität der Massenmedien. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. Nisbet, M.C. (2010) ‘Knowledge into Action: Framing the Debates over Climate Change and Poverty’, in D’Angelo, P. & Kuypers, J.A. (eds.): Doing News Framing Analysis . London: Routledge. Reese, S.D. (2010) ‘Finding Frames in a Web of Culture. The Case of the War on Terror’ in D’Angelo, P. & Kuypers, J.A. (eds.): Doing News Framing

documenting this mechanism, a second extract from the interaction highlights the normative requirements of sustained orientation in the lifeguarding context and demonstrates how the implicit hierarchies are managed and maintained when multiactivity arises. We begin by situating our research against the literature on frame analysis and multimodality in multiactivity interaction. A “Data and methods” section then describes our recording of the lifeguards and the approach we used to analyze speech, eye-gaze, and gesture during the interaction. Our “Findings” section presents