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Content Analysis Vol. - III: Applications a Focus on Mass Media Ed by Roberto Franzosi

By: Franzosi, Roberto.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods. Publisher: Los Angeles Sage Publications 2008Description: 464p.ISBN: 9781412933995.Subject(s): Content AnalysisDDC classification: 401.41
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VOL. 3. Applications, a focus on mass media: Linguistics-based approaches (continued): 33. A content analysis of content analyses : twenty-five years of ’Journalism quarterly’ / Daniel Riffe, Alan Freitag -- The press, the media, and the news: Class, gender and race: 34. Poverty as we know it : media portrayals of the poor / Rosalee A. Clawson, Rakuya Trice 35. Education, employers and class mobility / Michaelle Jackson, John H. Goldthorpe, Colin Mills 36. Black invisibility, the press, and the Los Angeles riot / Paula B. Johnson, David O. Sears, John B. McConahay 37. Cultural standards of attractiveness: a thirty-year look at changes in male images in magazines / Cheryl Law, Magdala Peixoto Labre 38. A longitudinal content analysis of sexual violence in the best-selling erotic magazines / Neil M. Malamuth, Barry Spinner War and social protest: 39. Media discourse and public opinion on nuclear power: a constructivist approach / William A.. Gamson, Andre Modigliani 40. Photographic coverage during the Persian Gulf and Iraqi wars in three U.S. newspapers / Cynthia King, Paul Martin Lester 41. International press coverage of East German protest events, 1989 / Carol Mueller 42. Framing the NATO air strikes on Kosovo across countries: comparison of Chinese and US newspaper coverage / Jin Yang Health: 43. Health related content in prime-time television programming / Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, Mark Finckenor, Darlene Grasso 44. U.S. federally funded television public service announcements (PSAs) to prevent HIV/AIDS: a content analysis / William Dejong, R. Cameron Wolf, S. Bryn Austin 45. A content analysis of alcohol portrayal and drinking in Brith television soap operas / Adrian Furnham, Henriette Ingle, Religion: 46. How religious is religious television programming? / Robert Abelman, Kimberly Neuendorf 47. Newspaper coverage of fundamentalist Christians, 1980-2000 / Peter A. Kerr, Patricia Moy Science: 48. Long-term trends in the public representation of science across the ‘Iron Curtain’: 1946-1995 / Martin W. Bauer, Kristina Petkova, Galin Gornev 49. Content analysis of ‘New York Times’ coverage of space issues for the year 2000 / Fiona Clark, Deborah L. Illman The Web and the Internet: 50. Global activism in ‘virtual space’: the European Women’s Lobby6 in the network of transnational women’s NGOs on the Web / Tetyana Pudrovska, Myra Marx Ferree 51. Hyperlinking as gatekeeping: online newspaper coverage of the execution of an American terrorist / Daniela V. Dimitrova, Colleen Connolly-Ahern, Andrew Paul Williams, Lynda Lee Kaid, Amanda Reid 52. Who do you think you are? Personal home pages and self-presentation on the World Wide Web / Joseph R. Dominick 53. The microscope and the moving target: the challenge of applying content analysis to the World Wide Web / Sally J. McMillan 54. Interactive disaster communication on the Internet: a content analysis of sixty-four disaster relief home pages / Mary Jae Paul 55. Remembering our shared past: visually framing the Iraq War on U.S. news websites / Carol B. Schwalbe

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