This report draws on in-depth individual interviews to find patterns in public thinking about elder abuse – and how they compare to the views of elder justice advocates and experts. Through this analysis, we find that the public struggles to see elder abuse as a societal problem that can and must be solved through collective action and public policy. The report concludes with initial recommendations for addressing this and other communication challenges.
Framing Racial Equity in Adolescence: Messaging Strategies for Social Change
This playbook is part of a broader effort to change how we think and talk about adolescence and adolescent development in America.
Framing Racial Equity in Adolescence: Messaging Recommendations for Advocates and Communicators
The purpose of this document is to equip advocates and communicators working in the youth space with more effective shared messaging that can build understanding, change attitudes, and raise...
How Are Children’s Issues Portrayed in the News? A Media Content Analysis
What is the role of the news media in influencing public thinking about children’s issues? And how can recognizing these media frames help us build engagement and increase support for the...