Basic Content Analysis, Issue 49 (Google eBook)
Robert Philip Weber
SAGE, 1990 - Social Science - 96 pages
This second edition of Basic Content Analysis is completely updated and offers a concise introduction to content analysis methods from a social science perspective. It includes new computer applications, new studies and an additional chapter on problems and issues that can arise when carrying out content analysis in four major areas: measurement, indication, representation and interpretation.
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