Framing


Framing

Framing, framed, or enframing may refer to:
* Picture frame
* Framing (construction), the most common carpentry work
* Frameup, the incrimination of a scapegoat in place of the perpetrator of a crime
* Framing (telecommunication), where it relates to synchronization
* Framing (World Wide Web), where it relates to the use of multiple panes within a web page
* Verb framing, a concept in linguistics
* "Framing punch", a punch in boxing
* Framing (economics), the manner in which a rational choice problem is presented
* Framing (social sciences), terminology used in communication theory, sociology, and other disciplines where it relates to the construction and presentation of a fact or issue "framed" from a particular perspective
* Framing (visual arts), a technique used to bring the focus to the subject
* Framed (book), a children's book by Frank Cottrell Boyce
* Framed! (novel), the first novel in the Traces series by Malcolm Rose
* Framed (TV series), an Independent Film Channel network interview show
* Enframing or Gestell, part of Heidegger's account of technology
* hitting a tennis ball with the frame of the raquet (he framed the ball in)


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