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Volume 155, 20232022 2nd International Conference on Social Development and Media Communication (SDMC 2022)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Research on Social Development and Humanities Education|
|Published online||12 January 2023|
A Study Media Coverage of College Crisis under Framing Theory
Chongqing College of Architecture and Technology, Chongqing, China
Framing as an academic concept to examine human cognition andc ommunication behavior was first seen in anthropologist Bateson’s paper “A Theory of Play and Fantasy” published in 1955. The most direct manifestation vehicle of framing effect in news communication is framing theory, which means that a certain framing effect is achieved by selecting and emphasizing a certain content. However, the media coverage of the college crises has been ignoring the framing theory and changes in the information technology era. The article will analyze the current research on media coverage of college crises based on the framing theory in the information era and try to innovate and apply it to this. The information environment has made the information that has been diluted and hidden under the traditional news media framework come to the surface, and more and more information has been focused under the spotlight to be examined by the public. Such a journalistic framework has undoubtedly had a crucial impact on the public crises that arise in today’s universities.
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