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date: 24 May 2024

framing 

Source:
A Dictionary of Media & Communication
Author(s):

Daniel Chandler,

Rod Munday

See alsoframe.1. Putting a border (or *frame) around an image (or text) to mark its boundaries and to establish some degree of conceptual autonomy from its current context. The metaphor of framing in other contexts derives from its use in visual art. In the proscenium arch format of the traditional stage performance, ‘... ...

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