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Content Analysis: An Introduction To Its Methodology
Download and Read Free Online Content Analysis: An Introduction to Its Methodology Klaus H. Krippendorff . Expand
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Answering the Call for a Standard Reliability Measure for Coding Data
We propose Krippendorff's alpha as the standard measure of reliability in content analysis and similar data-making efforts. Expand
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Reliability in Content Analysis: Some Common Misconceptions and Recommendations
In a recent article in this journal, Lombard, Snyder-Duch, and Bracken (2002) surveyed 200 content analyses for their reporting of reliability tests, compared the virtues and drawbacks of fiveExpand
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Qualitative Analysis
Qualitative analysis is the testing of a sample of matter to determine its composition. Qualitative analysis, applied by scientists over many years, revealed the composition of living things. In thisExpand
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Computing Krippendorff's Alpha-Reliability
Krippendorff’s alpha () is a reliability coefficient developed to measure the agreement among observers, coders, judges, raters, annotators or measuring instruments drawing distinctions among typically unstructured phenomena or assign computable values to them. Expand
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On the Essential Contexts of Artifacts or on the Proposition That "Design Is Making Sense (Of Things)"
The etymology of design goes back to the Latin de + signare and design firm RichardsonSmith, Worthmeans making something, distinguishing it by sign, giving it ington, Ohio, and Ohio State University, Columbus, while on sabbatical leave in significance, designating its relation to other things, owners, 1986-87 from the University of Pennsylusers, or gods. Expand
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Validity in Content Analysis
Content analysis involves replicable and valid methods for making inferences from observed communications to their context. As such, content analys1s is at least 75 years old. It emerged duringExpand
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Agreement and Information in the Reliability of Coding
Coefficients that assess the reliability of data-making processes, that is, coding text, transcribing interviews, or categorizing observations into analyzable terms, are mostly conceptualized in terms of the agreement a set of coders, observers, judges, or measuring instruments exhibit. Expand
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Information of interactions in complex systems
This paper addresses misconceptions of the multi-variate interaction-information measure Q, which several authors have reinvented since its proposal by McGill (1954), giving it a variety of names and interpretations. Expand
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Measuring the Reliability of Qualitative Text Analysis Data
This paper reports a new tool for assessing thereliability of text interpretationsheretofore unavailable to qualitative research. Expand
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