- George Lakoff. I first learned about framing from books and articles by this cognitive scientist and linguist.
- Frameshop. A blog devoted to framing and progressive messaging by cultural anthropologist Jeffrey Feldman.
- Cognitive PolicyWorks. A research center for framing and political messaging founded by a former colleague of George Lakoff. Although it’s being folded into Culture2, Inc., the site should be available.
- Robert Reich is an economist, columnist, book author, and professor of public policy who consistently frames his political and economic arguments well.
- E. J. Dionne, author, columnist, and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, also frames issues in terms of progressive values well.
- David Weigel blogs about Republican Party politics and conservative movements, including their messaging, at Slate.com.
- Ira Chernus’s MythicAmerica “explores the mythic dimension of American political culture, past, present, and future.” I think what Dr. Chernus calls myths resemble what Dr. Lakoff calls deep frames. Whatever we call them, we would be wise to consider them when communicating our values.
Finding America's progressive voice