Essays about: "Goal Framing Theory"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 7 essays containing the words Goal Framing Theory.

  1. 1. Encouraging pro-environmental behaviour amongst Millennials in Online Communities - The role of information and goal-frames on Instagram

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Vanessa Trager; Karin Drozd; [2019]
    Keywords : Pro-environmental behaviour ; Sustainability  ; the Integrated Framework for Encouraging Pro-environmental Behaviour; Online communities;

    Abstract : With the aim to reduce the effects of anthropocentric climate change and achieve a more sustainable future, promotion of sustainable individual behaviour is just as essential as driving political and economic change. As social media are experiencing growth in popularity, online communities in which influencers act as opinion leaders are a promising tool to influence behaviour. READ MORE

  2. 2. Political Campaign Strategies of the party Alternative for Germany : A qualitative Study of Posters for the 2017 Federal Election

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/HLK, Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap

    Author : Annika Reitz; [2019]
    Keywords : Strategic political communication; ontological security; nationalism; framing theory; Alternative for Germany; Critical Discourse Analysis;

    Abstract : During the past ten years, European politics experienced a rise of far right-wing parties because of intensified levels of insecurity among the public (Falasca & Grandien, 2017). These parties organize their political discourse around topics of nationalism and a strong opinion against immigration, the Euro and the European Union (Breeze, 2019; Häusler, 2018). READ MORE

  3. 3. Kidnethics: In the search for the collective internet ethics

    University essay from Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Carlos Mario Rodriguez Perdomo; [2017]
    Keywords : Internet; participatory design; online protection for kids; mutual learning; research through design; constructionism;

    Abstract : This thesis is focus on finding ways ​ to bring awareness to the parents about the complexity of the internet in order to empower them at the moment to approach online protection topics with their children, therefore it started with a analysis of the online protection field from a broader perspective and eventually by comparing the field with the insights gathered during a set of interventions, it narrowed down to online protection for kids and the relation with the parents and their children in relation with this topic. The research followed a research through design approach which allows the process to learn from the outcomes of every iterations and generates a dynamic relation of framing and reframing that enables the design process to modify its focus within the same field based on the conversation of the results and the theory. READ MORE

  4. 4. Digital ethnography and critical discourse analysis of the Zero waste movement on social media

    University essay from Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Mette Kryger Pedersen; [2017]
    Keywords : subactivism; mundane citizenship; climate change activism;

    Abstract : The humankind uses more of earth’s resources than the planet’s ability to provide renewable resources (WWF 2016). This trend is also contributing to climate changes, which have been a topic on the global political agenda for decades. However, there has yet to be found a sustainable solution. READ MORE

  5. 5. Ring Out Your Dead : Distribution, form, and function of iron amulets in the late Iron Age grave fields of Lovö

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Arkeologi

    Author : Meghan Mattsson McGinnis; [2016]
    Keywords : archaeology; Iron Age; Late Iron Age; Viking Age; Viking Studies; Vendel period; practice theory; cognitive archaeology; grave goods; New Materialism; neo-materialism; Thor s hammer rings; burial analysis; post-structuralism; Early Medieval; medieval studies; Scandinavian archaeology; Scandinavia Sweden; Swedish archaeology; Mälardalen; cultural history; ritual theory; ritual; rituals studies; burial rituals; ritualization; deviant burial; history of religions; Old Norse religion; Viking Age religion; cult places; material culture; rites of passage; amulets; magic; ancient magic; medieval magic; pratice; praxis;

    Abstract : The purpose of this study is to analyze the distribution, forms, and function(s) of iron amulets deposited in the late Iron Age gravefields of Lovö, with the goal of ascertaining how (and so far as possible why) these objects were utilized in rituals carried out during and after burials. Particular emphasis is given to re-interpreting the largest group of iron amulets, the iron amulet rings, in a more relational and practice-focused way than has heretofore been attempted. READ MORE