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Journal Articles

As practicing social scientists, FrameWorks staff contribute scholarly articles about our research to peer-reviewed journals.

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Using metaphor to translate the science of resilience and developmental outcomes

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2014, December 30). Using metaphor to translate the science of resilience and developmental outcomes. Public Understanding of Science, 25(5), 576-587.

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Consumerism, classroom bubbles and crisis: Representations of education and learning in the U.S. media

Moira O'Neil

(2014, September 3). Consumerism, classroom bubbles and crisis: Representations of education and learning in the U.S. media. Revue Internationale d’Education de Sèvres,

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Space to think: Using metaphor to expand public thinking about criminal justice reform

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2014, August 28). Space to think: Using metaphor to expand public thinking about criminal justice reform. Studies in Media and Communication, 2(2), 13-23.

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Stickiness is an empirical pursuit: The case for reframing child mental health

Susan Nall Bales

(2014, January 1). Stickiness is an empirical pursuit: The case for reframing child mental health. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84(1), 12-18.

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Beyond prevalence: An explanatory approach to reframing child maltreatment in the United Kingdom: The most prevalent form of maltreatment, child neglect, gets the least attention from the public and policymakers

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Eric Lindland, Moira O'Neil, Kate Stanley

(2014, January 1). Beyond prevalence: An explanatory approach to reframing child maltreatment in the United Kingdom: The most prevalent form of maltreatment, child neglect, gets the least attention from the public and policymakers. Child Abuse and Neglect, 38(5), 810-821.

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Finding a place for early child development in the hierarchy of need

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2013, December 3). Finding a place for early child development in the hierarchy of need. Perspectives in Infant Mental Health, 21(4), 3-5.

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The use of metaphor as a science communication tool: Air traffic control for your brain

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2013, October 21). The use of metaphor as a science communication tool: Air traffic control for your brain. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 41(1), 412-433.

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Sensical translations: Three case studies in applied cognitive communications

Eric Lindland, Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2012, September 19). Sensical translations: Three case studies in applied cognitive communications. Annals of Anthropological Practice, 36(1), 45-67.

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Conflicting models of mind: Mapping the gaps between expert and public understandings of child mental health

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2012, March 22). Conflicting models of mind: Mapping the gaps between expert and public understandings of child mental health. Science Communication, 34(1), 695-726.

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Science does not speak for itself: Translating child development research for the public and its policymakers

Susan Nall Bales

(2011, February 3). Science does not speak for itself: Translating child development research for the public and its policymakers. Child Development, 82(1), 17-32.

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Strategic Frame Analysis: Providing the “evidence” for evidence-based communications

(2010, May 7). Strategic Frame Analysis: Providing the “evidence” for evidence-based communications. New Directions for Youth Development, 2009(124), 29-38.

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Who says your frames are better than mine? Making the case for strategic framing by using the power of experimental research

(2010, May 7). Who says your frames are better than mine? Making the case for strategic framing by using the power of experimental research. New Directions for Youth Development, 2009(124), 71-82.