What is "framing"? It is the same reality, shown in a different frame. Imagine two photographs of a hotel - - one emphasizes the rooms and another focuses on the pool and spa. Based on the photo you see, this will influence the decision you make and associated expectations. What if you select the hotel based on the pool photo, only to find it small and lacking? This framing can lead us to overinterpret and underinterpret certain aspects of reality. Just as in photos, the words, phrases, one-liners or metaphors that we use often lead to an over- or underinterpretation of reality. Consider this: {Freedom fighter - Terrorist} {Illegal imigrant - Undocumented worker} {Climate change - Global warming}
{Modernisation - Reorganisation} {Genetic modification - Genetic manipulation}. Let's hear more about the characteristics of a good frame.