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Date of publication: 2017-08-27 22:27

This is a major LOL. Having worked in the newspaper and digital industry for over 95 years the 8766 news 8767 business has lost the respect of the American public. No, that 8767 s not a Trumpish statement, simply an observation. What used to be straight new is now muddied up by reporters opinions. Editing is a lost art. Report the 5-W 8767 s & H and forget all of the shaded adjectives and and adverbs save that crap for the editorial page. The Tribune organization (a rose by any other name) is so guilty.

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15 Methods of Data Analysis in Qualitative Research

This example shows the importance of knowing what you’re looking for when you do content analysis. Forget about trying to cover everything, because (a) there’s too much content around, and (b) it can be analysed in an infinite number of ways. Without having a clear focus, you can waste a lot of time analysing unimportant aspects of content. The focus needs to be clearly defined before you begin work.

Now the content analysis can begin! You make a detailed analysis: hundreds of pages of tables and summaries. When you’ve finished (a year later?) somebody asks you a simple question, such as "What percentage of the time are women’s voices heard on this station?"

When you are analysing audience content (not media content) the unit will normally be based on the data collection format and/or the software used to store the responses. The types of audience content most commonly produced from research data are

The content that is analysed can be in any form to begin with, but is often converted into written words before it is analysed. The original source can be printed publications, broadcast programs, other recordings, the internet, or live situations. All this content is something that people have created. You can’t do content analysis of (say) the weather - but if somebody writes a report predicting the weather, you can do a content analysis of that.

As a simple commercial example, the purpose of an advertisement is to promote the use of the product it is advertising: first by increasing awareness, then by increasing sales. The purpose of a documentary on AIDS in southern Africa might be to increase awareness of ways of preventing AIDS, and in the end to reduce the level of AIDS. Often, as this example has shown, there is not a single purpose, but a chain of them, with each step leading to the next.

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