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Content analysis : an introduction to its methodology / Klaus Krippendorff.


Beverly Hills : Sage Publications, [1980] .
ISBN 0803914970, 0803914989

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Subjects Analyse de contenu (Communication)
Analyse de contenu (communication)
Communicatie.
Content analysis (Communication)
Content analysis (Communication) -- Methodology.
Inhoudsanalyse.
Methodologie.
Series Sage commtext series ; v. 5.
Description 191 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-189).
Also issued online.
Summary One of the most important methodologies in communication research. Krippendorff's masterly summation of this method provides an introductory overview to the technique, as well as a comprehensive discussion of the key elements that need to be considered when it is used.
Contents History -- Conceptual Foundations -- Uses and Kinds of Inference -- The Logic of Content Analysis Designs -- Unitizing -- Sampling -- Recording -- Data Languages -- Constructs for Inference -- Analytical Techniques -- The Use of Computers -- Reliability -- Validity -- A Practical Guide.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6581330
(OCoLC)ocm06581330
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WorldCat Identities Krippendorff, Klaus.
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