The Effects of Technical and Imagery-based Instruction on Aspiring Performing Artists' Acquisition of Learning Newly Composed Pieces and Improvisation and on Listeners' Perceived Expressivity

by Kallie Jae Culver

Institution: University of Colorado at Denver
Year: 2016
Keywords: Communication; Public administration; Mass communication; Military studies
Posted: 02/05/2017
Record ID: 2099965
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Media framing analysis has developed in theory and application as a subset of political communication theory for the past several decades. Recent efforts among its scholars have sought to identify and create generalizable frames that can be applied across numerous social and political issues for the purposes of further examining the impact media coverage has on public opinion and policy development. This study utilizes previously established frames to examine media coverage of military spouse employment over the past twenty years, in order to better identify what role media coverage has played in the development of employment policy and support programs for military spouses.