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Entries tagged ‘internet’

Communication innovation on a BBS: a content analysis


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.

Content analysis of web sites from 2000 to 2004: a thematic meta-analysis


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.

Interactive Options in Online Journalism: A Content Analysis of 100 U.S. Newspapers


This article by Tanjev Schultz in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication analyzes interactive elements of online newspapers.



Presents a regularly updated content analysis of what is said in weblogs about the 2008 Presidential Election candidates.

Terminology Wars: A Web Content Analysis


Presents results on the Web usage of the terms “open source” and “free software” and discusses methodological aspects and problems.

A Detailed Analysis of the Conceptual, Logical, and Methodological Flaws in the Article: “Marketing Pornography on the Information Superhighway”


Critique of the Rimm study by Donna L. Hoffman and Thomas P. Novak.

A Content Analysis of Internet-Accessible Written Pornographic Depications


article written by Denna Harmon and Scot B. Boeringer, Appalachian State University; published in Electronic Journal of Sociology (1997)

Marketing Pornography on the Information Superhighway


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”