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Framing is a method of biasing opinions- a framing effect occurs when the description of information, such as a speaker presenting an issue, has an emphasis on a subset of potentially

relevant considerations and causes individuals to focus on these considerations when constructing their opinions.
NKenner about nine years ago.

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