If you have not reset your password since 2017, please use the 'forgot password' link below to reset your password and access your SAGE online account.
The book is an accesible and insightful collection of chapters on Content Analysis, offering help to both experienced and inexperienced students
Nice as an addition for an advanced course, to read one or two articles, but not for a beginners' course like mine.
contains valuable and useful examples to aid students apply the technique in their work
The book will be recommended as supplemental reading for studens actually carrying out projects of content analysis as a valuable toolbox for specific projects.
The book gives a very good collection of articles about all the phases of a content analysis. Especially the varity of applications of the method shown in the book give a good overview of what is possible with content analysis, but also where problems might be hidden. Very helpful for my course.
This is a fairly thorough introduction to the field. It provides a useful range of critical approaches that many in the fields of Media, film, journalism, photography and genreal visual studies and visual cultures would find useful. It is not necessarily appropriate for any of my courses but is certainly a useful additional (supplemental) text. I have ordered one copy for our university library.
Valuable historical chapter; good examples of different cases; useful guidelines for coding and working with coders (that the students really can use!).
This book has actually been quite helpful in demonstrating to our students that content analysis does not have to be intuitive (which is what they tend to think).
An excellent complement to Krippendorf's Content Analysis book; particularly valuable for its wealth of historical articles, which are not normally easily accessible