FrameWorks Institute, March 2010
The FrameWorks Institute recognizes that patterns of understanding are heavily influenced by culture and are likely to vary between cultural groups. The report examines the culturally specific patterns of understanding employed by Albertans. These patterns were compared with an initial data set gathered in mid-2009 in the United States. In the comparative analysis, FrameWorks set out to confirm similarities in the culturally patterned understandings employed by Americans and Albertans in understanding child mental health, and to enumerate the specific parts of the cognitive terrain where there are key differences in the implicit ways in which members of these groups understand child mental health.
Corresponding presentation documents and materials coming soon.