The article from 1993 by Scott A. Kuehn in the journal Interpersonal Computing and Technology analyses innovative communication behaviors on a computer-mediated bulletin board system.
Archive for August, 2008
The bibliography of the Colorado State University’s online learning environment, the Writing Studio, lists resources on the conduction of content analysis, methodological issues, and research examples.
The CMPA is a research and educational organization which conducts scientific studies of the news and entertainment media using content analytical methods. Contains reports on studies about elections, political humour, science and health reporting, and entertainment as well as an archive of Media Monitor, the bi-monthly publication of the CMPA.
The browser-based software creates a visual represention of a text. With demo and screenshots, covers applications and reactions.
A digital archive of political texts compiled by Kenneth Janda, containing inaugural addresses of U.S. presidents, predidential state of union addresses, television debates between presidential candidates and material on US parties platforms.
Based at Iowa State University, the EServer offers fifty collections on diverse topics, containing short and longer written works as well as hypertext and streaming audio and video recordings.
The master’s thesis by Jian Zhang presents a meta-analysis of 39 studies to examine how researchers apply content analysis to the World Wide Web after 2000.
Practical Resources for Assessing and Reporting Intercoder Reliability in Content Analysis Research Projects
The authors discuss why intercoder reliability should be reported and in which way, what measures should be used and how to calculate them.