Category Archives: Framing/Discourse/Rhetoric

How to report the news

Hilarious video here.  Some language may be a bit strong…

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The End of Philosophy

That’s the title of a new op-ed by David Brooks in today’s New York Times.  Basically, he’s surveying some of the empirical evidence on how people make judgments and combining it with evolutionary psychology theory to say that morality is … Continue reading

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Visualizing partisan discourse

I highly recommend this blog, it tends to have some interesting information posted on it. Several researchers conducted a study of the types of discourse used by Republicans/Democrats when speaking in terms of various topics (there is an interesting dynamic … Continue reading

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