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fact

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Fact is stranger than fiction an alliterative version of truth is stranger than fiction; saying recorded from the mid 19th century.a fact of life something that must be accepted and cannot be ...
frame

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See also framing.1. A physical structure within which a painting, drawing, or photograph is formally displayed: see also landscape format; portrait format.2. A printed border around material on a ...
framing

framing  

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See also frame.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 ...
perspectivism

perspectivism  

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See also epistemology; Thomas theorem.1. Broadly, the stance that the truth of any knowledge or fact is tied to a particular frame of reference (McGuire).2. (philosophy) A relativist and ...
spin

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(public relations) Selectively creating narratives and frames for events so that those particular definitions of situations are privileged which best serve the client's interests. Often a pejorative ...
symbolic interactionism

symbolic interactionism  

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[Th]A theoretical approach in sociology developed by George Herbert Mead, which places strong emphasis on the role of symbols and language as core elements of all human interaction.

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