[Air-L] sources for content analysis for articulations of privacy concerns

Hadas Eyal hadas.eyal at mail.huji.ac.il
Wed Mar 3 04:16:30 PST 2010

Seda hi,

Although a little dated at this point, the following book may have what
you're looking for:
Nicholas W. Jankowski, with Ole Prehn (Eds.) (2002). Community media in the
information age: Perspectives and prospects. New Jersey: Hampton Press Inc.


Hadas Eyal
PhD Candidate, Department of Communication
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Cell: +972-54-5951050

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 1:15 AM, Seda Guerses <sguerses at esat.kuleuven.be>wrote:

> i am looking for related work for a chapter of my thesis. in previously
> published work we used thematic analysis to study how privacy concerns with
> respect to web based social networks are articulated in the news and in
> blogs. in the chapter i would like to take a step back and talk about
> related work on analysis of community reporting, analysis of blogosphere
> themes or analysis of mentions of a specific theme across the web.
> references to advantages and disadvantages of doing such web based studies
> would also be interesting. i hope the question is specific enough.
> thank you,
> s.
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