One of the most important aspects of framing as issue development is the process of reframing, or the manner in which the thrust, tone, and focus of a conversation change as the parties engage in it. Reframing is or occurs:
A. the way parties challenge each other, as they present their own case or refute the other's.
B. a dynamic process that may occur many times in a conversation.
C. when using metaphors, analogies, or specific cases to illustrate a point.
D. and may be used intentionally by one side or the other.