Good frames can’t save bad pictures: Argument quality and framing effects in High- and Low-Awareness partisans

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Denver McNeney
Department of Political Science
McGill University
Supervised by Dietlind Stolle
Co-supervisor: Elisabeth Gidengil

This project is an experiment aiming to understand whether framing effects exist independent of partisanship. Existing literature suggests that the quality of a framing attempt matters when judging its effectiveness in changing summary attitudes, but no work has interacted framing with in-group partisans. The hypothesis is that framing quality does not matter when the source is explicitly partisan.

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