Indholdsanalyse

Indholdsanalyse Betegnelsen indholdsanalyse anvendes på to måder inden for medie- og kommunikationsforskning. Dels bruges den til mere overordnet at betegne alle kvantitative og kvalitative metoder, som indebærer analyse af indhold, dels bruges den til at beskrive en bestemt analytisk tilgang (Deacon m.fl. 1999:115). Her koncentrerer vi os om sidstnævnte betydning: Indholdsanalysen udgør en kvantitativ metode […]

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Forfatter Louise Phillips
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Riffe, Lacy & Fico 2005; Neuendorf 2002; Schrøder 2012

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