[Air-L] Comments as examples of 'public opinion'
k.albury at unsw.edu.au
Thu Apr 22 21:03:36 PDT 2010
Thanks for all the great advice, every suggestion has been very helpful.
Dr Kath Albury
ARC Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Journalism and Media Research Centre
University of New South Wales
SYDNEY NSW 2052
Telephone: 61 2 9385 8533
Fax: 61 2 9385 8528.
From: Deen Freelon <dfreelon at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:00:19 +1000
To: Katherine Albury <k.albury at unsw.edu.au>
Cc: <air-l at listserv.aoir.org>
Subject: Re: [Air-L] Comments as examples of 'public opinion'
You might want to take a look at this article:
Zhou, Y., & Moy, P. (2007). Parsing Framing Processes: The Interplay
Between Online Public Opinion and Media Coverage. Journal of
Communication, 57(1), 79-98.
Not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for but it's probably at
least somewhat close. ~DEEN
On 4/20/10 11:21 PM, Katherine Albury wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm working on a paper that looks at comments on online news sites and Facebook groups, reading them as examples of 'public opinion' or 'popular discourse' around victims of sexual assault. The bulk of the article draws on theories of 'victim-attribution' from psychology& criminology - but I'd like to acknowledge the specific sites I'm working in.
> If any listmembers can suggest some books or articles that discuss online comments as reflections of popular opinion, or public debate, I'd be very grateful.
> Kath Albury
> Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
> Journalism and Media Research Centre
> University of New South Wales
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