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International Journal of Communication
The volume of press coverage devoted to the prevailing volatility in global financial markets presents opportunity to build interdisciplinary links between the fields of communication and behavioral economics. The findings of this study empirically document significant relationships between news media exposure and economic outcomes, particularly with respect to the effects of metaphor framing on individuals' subsequent investment decisions. Informed by the central tenets of prospect theory, thefatcat:sndhznvpirfnfkr244lwgubryu