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Changing the Story of Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: Building a More Effective Narrative

Child sexual abuse (CSA) is preventable. There is strong evidence that programs focused on preventing abuse before it happens are effective, but these programs can be a hard sell for a...


Methods Supplement: Changing the Story of Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: Building a More Effective Narrative

In this supplement, we describe the research we conducted in which we designed and tested frames to address the challenges and leverage the opportunities in public thinking about child sexual...


Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Toolkit

The materials in this toolkit support those in the field to be better equipped to talk about CSA in ways that invite greater support and understanding for prevention. These materials can,...


Self-Made Individuals and Just Labor Systems: Public Thinking about Work in the United States

Workers in the United States face enormous challenges within the economy as it is currently structured. If we are to achieve a fundamental shift in power in favor of workers, rather than...


Six Trends in Public Thinking about Work in the United States

Is the current system of work in the United States—which many experience as insecure, unequal, and disempowering—amenable to a fundamental power shift in favor of workers, away from...


WorkShift Methods Supplement

This supplement provides detailed information on the research that informs the first release of FrameWorks’ WorkShi! project on reframing work and labor in the United States.1 Below, we outline...


AI Overlords or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? Envisioning America’s Future

What is your vision of a better future? What might our country look like in 2050 if things go as well as they possibly could? In January, we asked focus group participants to paint us an...


The Future of Care

Four years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic shined a light on care work and the many ways that care infrastructure—or the lack thereof—plays an important role in all of our lives. From greater...


Framing Adversity, Trauma, and Resilience

The science of adversity, trauma, and resilience is a powerful tool in any effort to improve health and wellbeing. But science—no matter how strong its findings—does not speak for itself.


Disrupting the Anti-‘Woke’ Discourse

Teaching students about race, gender and sexual orientation; training around diversity, equity, and inclusion; discussing the realities of structural racism—all of these activities have been...


Connections and Communities: Reframing How We Talk About Opportunity Youth

Everyone wants young people to thrive and be active and engaged members of their communities as they become adults. But deeply rooted, often-negative assumptions about young people can make this...


Unpacking Americans’ Assumptions about Democracy

Between various high-profile court cases and the realities of a presidential election year fraught with controversy, it feels like we are living through a referendum on democracy in the United...