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Americans’ Thinking about Political Division Offers Clues for Communicating about Systemic Reform

Americans see partisanship as a problem. This is no secret. But our cynicism about political parties takes different forms, with very different implications for progressives. Some ways of thinking...

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Why Do Americans Mistrust Science? | Opinion

Science makes our lives better, safer, and longer. Why do so many Americans distrust it?


Climate and Children’s Learning & Development Webinar

What are the mindsets that block--and facilitate--people's engagement with climate change as a children's issue? How can framing help us move this issue up the agenda, build support for...


Framing for change: how the science of communication can help you communicate science

The choices that we make in how we position our ideas can be the difference of cutting through and opening up space for people to consider new ideas, and having our messages rejected. Using...


Director of Development

The Director of Development will be a key leader in the expansion and diversification of our funding partners and in securing a substantial increase in unrestricted and less restricted funding for...


Let’s get our words right: how to craft messages that drive child abuse prevention

Three cultural mindsets--deep and powerful understandings used to make sense of social issues--are blocking prevention efforts on child abuse and across a broader range of social issues....


Excessive Alcohol Use and Health Equity

Communicating to the public about health hazards in ways that promote health equity is a core public health function. When it comes to talking about the harms related to alcohol consumption in the...


The Science of Effective Communications

Transforming healthcare systems requires shifting mindsets and changing how people see the problems that need to be addressed and the potential of systemic solutions to solve them. Framing...


Navigating Cultural Mindsets of Race and Place in the United States

The places where we live shape our lives. Structural racism has shaped and continues to shape where and how Americans live.


The Terrain of Spatial Justice

Racism is built into places. It shapes who can live where, how resources are distributed, who gets a say over what happens in places, and more. Places in the United States reflect, perpetuate, and...


Using narrative to shift mindsets and make change

Three dominant American cultural mindsets block progress on a wide range of progressive issues. Understanding these mindsets and how they are activated is key in developing strategies to counter...


Using the science of framing to spot challenges and develop effective messages

Mindsets shape how we see the world and act in it. Moving and shifting them can help open up new ways of thinking about issues and allow people to engage with solutions in new...