Child and Adolescent Development
FrameWorks has the world’s largest body of framing research on children and adolescents. It is used around the world to create change.
This research provides an overarching framing strategy to effectively communicate about a wide range of issues that affect children and young people.
Certain assumptions about children, youth, and families come up again and again.
To communicate effectively, advocates need to be able to navigate these dominant beliefs.
The tested frames come from research on six continents and have pushed policy in progressive directions at local, state, national, and international levels. Join this global narrative shift effort by exploring these resources.
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