Professor Todd Landman presents a case study on framing effects, in the context of the genocide trial of Guatemalan General Efrain Rios Montt. His research showed a documentary on the trial and the Guatemalan civil war, then asked participants to decide whether justice was done. Providing counter-frames significantly affected participant perception.
General Rios Montt and the Genocide in Guatemala
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