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  • Section S1. G causality
  • Section S2. Measuring domain framing
  • Section S3. Legislation
  • Section S4. Results from the comparative method
  • Fig. S1. The figure visualizes six years from our Surveillance dataset.
  • Fig. S2. Framing polarity: Random versus LGBT, Surveillance, and Smoking news.
  • Fig. S3. Framing density for random news versus for framing change positives (Smoking, Surveillance, and LGBT Rights).
  • Fig. S4. News volume and similarity as predictors of legislation in Cyberbullying.
  • Table S1. Comparing the G-causal effect of hyperconcentrated news against that of political framing for legislation in our domains.
  • Table S2. Details of our G causality study.
  • Table S3. A comparative evaluation of our hypothesis using the most different research design.
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