The article in Interpersonal Computing and Technology from 1995 describes the development and application of a category system using indicators of critical and uncritical thinking.
As part of the study the press coverage of the 2001 election campaign has been analyzed. The initial release versions of the various datasets are available for downloading as is a document presenting some selected results.
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.
article written by Denna Harmon and Scot B. Boeringer, Appalachian State University; published in Electronic Journal of Sociology (1997)
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.
The article in Annals of Family Medicine reports a study in which ads were coded for factual claims made, for how they try to appeal to costumers and for how they portray behaviors of ad characters. Full text is available in HTML and PDF format.
Critique of the Rimm study by Donna L. Hoffman and Thomas P. Novak.
The article by Kelly Bulkeley from the journal Dreaming compares dream reports from subjects who identified themselves as members of the political right and the political left respectively. Hall and Van de Castle content analysis categories are used.
This site by Adam Schneider and G. William Domhoff, University of California, Santa Cruz, features the quantitative study of dreams.
Contains technical information about methods and findings, examples for coded dreams, hints for students, links etc.
Calvin S. Hall’s (1909-1985) system of content analysis is used and explained.
The PDF article by David L. Altheide compares quantitative content analysis (QCA) and ethnographic content analysis (ECA) and gives an example of an ECA study.
Editorial cartoons published from 1989 to 1991 were analyzed in order to test the that United States participation in the Gulf War was the result of a temporary mental disorder. Article from 1993 by Ted Goertzel.
Comparing word frequencies and word use of presidential inauguration addresses in an interactive chart.
This article by Tanjev Schultz in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication analyzes interactive elements of online newspapers.
Analyzes coverage of the candidates in election-campaign stories from January to May 2007 and reports on figures, tones, triggers and impact of the stories.
Joint report by the Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Plitics and Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. [PDF]
Uses automated coding of English-language news reports to generate political event data. Includes an introduction to the project, a beginner’s guide, software and data sets as well as a list of publications and papers.
Jayne Gackenbach analyzes differences between lucid and nonlucid dreams using Hall and Van de Castle’s system.
Summary: For the Carnegie Mellon study, the research team downloaded all available pornographic images from five popular Usenet boards over a four month period. This narrowed the list to about 500 boards that focused primarily on marketing “adult” pornographic images, or general boards with large “adult” sections in addition to other general interest material.
Carnegie Mellon study on pornography on the Internet featured in Time Magazine and on ABC-TV’s “Nightline”
Paper by Raymond G. Siemens, Department of English, University of British Columbia, published in Proceedings of the 11th annual international conference on Systems documentation
“This paper intends to provide a practical response to concerns regarding the retrieval of specific information from electronic text-bases which have no or minimal text markup. It proposes that standard techniques employed by social scientists and others involved in computer-assisted content analysis be adapted to assist in text-retrieval, and provides the context necessary to employ such techniques.”
The authors discuss why intercoder reliability should be reported and in which way, what measures should be used and how to calculate them.
The article by Philipp Mayring describes procedures for systematic, rule guided qualitative text analysis.
The article analyses dream content for reflections of stress, negative emotions, and coping styles induced by preparing for exams.
The project of the International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television analyzed articles published within the years 1997 to 2001 on the topics of “children and television” and “young people and television”.
From the foreword:
“This book surveys the state of the art of human language technology. The goal of the survey is to provide an interested reader with an overview of the field—the main areas of work, the capabilities and limitations of current technology, and the technical challenges that must be overcome to realize the vision of graceful human computer interaction using natural communication skills.”
Provided by the Center for Spoken Language Understanding at Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology, published 1996
Presents results on the Web usage of the terms “open source” and “free software” and discusses methodological aspects and problems.
Gives information on semiotics and content analysis of popular culture artifacts; categories for different genres and issues.
The paper by Pat Bazeley discusses how the integration of different forms of data can be faciliated by use of software. [PDF]
In this 2006 report the Parents Television Council focuses on entertainment programming for children aged 5-10 and tries to quantify occurences of violent behavior, verbal abuse, offensive language, problematic attitudes and behaviors, sexual content, offensive/excretory content and different social institutions. [PDF]
Presents a regularly updated content analysis of what is said in weblogs about the 2008 Presidential Election candidates.