Front-stage vs. backstage issue framing: Uncovering hidden effects in field processes


Semper, Daniel ; Oberg, Achim ; Meyer, Michael ; Schöllhorn, Tino ; Wijkström, Filip



URL: https://bach.wu.ac.at/d/research/results/93536/
Document Type: Conference presentation
Year of publication: 2019
Conference title: UniGov Symposium
Location of the conference venue: Wien, Austria
Date of the conference: 05.-06.12.2019
Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > Mittelstandsforschung u. Entrepreneurship (Woywode)
Subject: 330 Economics
Abstract: All relevant field actors agree on the importance of OA. The issue frames differ only in respect to particularities, e.g. whether green or gold OA is preferred. Surprisingly, no field actor engages in anti-OA framing. Nevertheless, OA does not fly and transform the field as expected. By drawing on qualitative data, we discovered an undercurrent of issue frames, which are not directly connected to OA: university system issues of evaluation, tenure criteria, accreditations and ratings. These different issues are debated in different spheres, OA is publicly debated in what we call front-stage whereas university system issues are debated in the professional community only, thus backstage.




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Semper, Daniel ; Oberg, Achim ; Meyer, Michael ; Schöllhorn, Tino ; Wijkström, Filip Front-stage vs. backstage issue framing: Uncovering hidden effects in field processes. (2019) UniGov Symposium (Wien, Austria) [Conference presentation]


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