|Content Analysis Research Articles|
|Denham, Bryan, and M. Mark Miller. (1993). Public
opinion polls during the1988 and 1992 presidential election campaigns: An
analysis of horserace and issue coverage in prestige newspapers.
Paper presented at the annual meeting of Midwest Association for Public
Opinion Research, Chicago, Illinois. http://excellent.com.utk.edu/~mmmiller/elecpoll.txt
NOTES: This study looks at reporting of public opinion polls by three newspapers--the LA Times, NY Times and Washington Post--during the 1988 and 1992 presidential election campaigns. Data were drawn from Lexis-Nexis and analyzed with VBPro and SPSS.
|Kunkel, Dale, Cope, Kirstie M., Farinola, Wendy Jo Maynard, Biely, Erica, Rollin, Emma, & Donnerstein, Edward. (1999). Sex on TV: Executive summary. Kaiser Family Foundation Report. http://www.kff.org/content/archive/1457/|
|Litkowski, Kenneth C. (1999). Towards a
meaning-full comparison of lexical resources. Proceedings of the Asscociation for Computational Linguistics Special Interest Group on the Lexicon, June 21-22, College Park, Maryland.
|Miller, M. Mark and Bonnie
P. Riechert. (1994). Identifying
themes via concept mapping: A new method of content analysis. Paper presented
to the Communication Theory and
Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. http://excellent.com.utk.edu/~mmmiller/pestmaps.txt
NOTES: This paper describes concept mapping, as applied to news coverage of pesticides from four magazines. Data were drawn from an on-line keyword search and analyzed with VBPro and SPSS.
|Riechert, Bonnie P. (1995). Science,
society, and the media: Associated Press coverage of the Human Genome
Project. Paper presented at the Research Symposium of the
University of Tennessee College of Communications, Memphis, Tennessee. http://excellent.com.utk.edu/~mmmiller/genome.txt
NOTES: This paper examines Associated Press media coverage of the Human Genome Project. Data were obtained through a keyword search of the Dialog on-line subscription service and analyzed using VBPro.
|Roberts, Donald F., & Christenson, Peter G. (2000). "Here’s looking at you, kid": Alcohol, drugs and tobacco in entertainment media. A literature review prepared for the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. http://www.kff.org/content/2000/3000/|
Kimberly A. Neuendorf