content analysis


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con·tent analysis

 (kŏn′tĕnt′)
n.
A systematic analysis of the content rather than the structure of a communication, such as a written work, speech, or film, including the study of thematic and symbolic elements to determine the objective or meaning of the communication.
Translations
Inhaltsanalyse
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Traditional, interpretive, and reception based content analyses: Improving the ability, of content analysis to address issues of pragmatic and theoretical concern.
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Analyzing Media Messages: Using Quantitative Content Analysis in Research, 2nd Edition.

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