Download e-book for kindle: Content Analysis: An Introduction to Its Methodology by Klaus Krippendorff

By Klaus Krippendorff

ISBN-10: 0761915443

ISBN-13: 9780761915447

ISBN-10: 0761915451

ISBN-13: 9780761915454

The second one version of content material research: An creation to Its technique is a definitive sourcebook of the historical past and center ideas of content material research in addition to a necessary source for current and destiny experiences. The e-book introduces readers to methods of examining significant topic corresponding to texts, photographs, voices – that's, facts whose actual manifestations are secondary to the meanings specific inhabitants of individuals brings to them. geared up into 3 components, the booklet examines the conceptual and methodological elements of content material research and likewise lines a number of paths via content material research protocols. the writer has thoroughly revised and up-to-date the second one version, integrating new info on computer-aided textual content research. The booklet additionally contains a useful advisor that includes reviews in educating and the way to suggest educational and advertisement researchers. moreover, Krippendorff clarifies the epistemology and common sense of content material research in addition to the tools for attaining its goals. meant as a textbook for complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars around the social sciences, content material research, moment version can also be a worthwhile source for practitioners in numerous disciplines.    

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It connects the intercepted broadcasts to the phenomena of interest, whether they concern popular support of the governing elite's policies, planned military actions, or evidence of war weariness. Example 2. Historians are never mere collectors of documents. They offer recon­ structions of past events that they deem consistent with current readings of all available documentary evidence. Historians are far removed from the worlds they wish to articulate. They cannot interview Julius Caesar, ask Homer about his sources for the Iliad, participate in the experiences of African slaves entering colonial America, or listen to conversations between Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.

2. Texts do not have single meanings that could be "found, " "identified," and " described" for what they are. Just as texts can be read from numerous perspec­ tives, so signs can have several designations and data can be subjected to various analyses. One can count the characters, words, or sentences of a text. One can categorize its phrases, analyze its metaphors, describe the logical structure of its constituent expressions, and ascertain its associations, connotations, denota­ tions, and commands.

As Gerbner and his col­ leagues have shown through content analyses, mass-media audiences are not aware of the statistical trends in the qualities of popular heroes, the kinds of violence depicted, and the representations of minorities in television programming. Critical scholarship would be stifled if it could not go outside of what everyone accepts as true. Content analysis is in trouble only when expert interpretations fail to acknowl­ edge the uses of texts by designated populations of readers or actors, particularly when content analysts fail to spell out the criteria for validating their results.

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