A system for a computer-based content analysis of interview data

Bernhard Bierschenk, Inger Bierschenk

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Abstract

Content analysis based on frequency distributions differs from impressionistic analysis and interpretations of written or spoken text. This type of analysis is objective insofar as it requires an explicit analysis procedure and a formalised analysis. Objectification means that a person transfers certain typical human functions to objects, i.e., tools, and that machines are developed that can carry out functions that were originally subjective. In this respect the development of a Computer-based Content Analysis (CCA) is an attempt to objectify the method of content analysis.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherLiber
Number of pages103
Volume32
Publication statusPublished - 1976

Publication series

NameStudia psychologica et paedagogica
Volume32
ISSN (Print)0346-5926

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Psychology

Free keywords

  • scaling
  • regression analysis
  • Psycho-linguistics
  • concept formation
  • panel studies

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