I do, all the time. This article explains the concept, using FOX News and politics as strawmen.
It’s why I don’t participate in many online groups and lists anymore. The frame is already configured in such a way that my ideas are never objectively understood — and never will be within that context.
So I’ve got my own little soapbox here now, and if you care to listen to what I have to say, you can come and join in the fun. I like LJ because that friends page gives me precisely that — a huge set of disparate frames. LJ itself does impose a frame, but it seems less restrictive . . . nothing about the technology itself imposes a “drama queen” or “camwhore” environment on this blog.
On the plus side, this quote sums it up nicely:
In addition to that, community building is extremely important because Hillary is right: It does take a village. Children do react to how their peers live and what their peersâ€™ values are, and you canâ€™t do it alone. You have to be in a community where people take care of each other. Other values that follow are things like fairness and freedom. If you empathize with someone, you want to be fair to them. If you want them to have a fulfilled life, you want them to be free and have maximal freedom to carry out their dreams. So there are values like fairness, freedom, fulfillment, trust, cooperation, building communities. These are important progressive values that come out of nurturing families.
I’m proud to have changed from a “strict father” style family to my own, newly-created “nurturant parent” family.