[Air-L] qualitative Google search results methdologies

Jacob Ørmen jacoboermen at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 12:04:50 PDT 2014

Hi Amy,
I am not quite sure if this covers the full extend of what you are seeking,
but I just published an article on how to study Google Search results from
a qualitative perspective: "Historicizing Google Search: A Discussion of
the Challenges Related to Archiving Search Results" in Society of the
Query: Reflections on Web Search, edited by René König and Miriam Rasch. It
is freely available for download
I hope it can help you further in your research.
Jacob Ørmen
PhD Fellow
University of Copenhagen

2014-04-28 23:42 GMT+02:00 Amy <amy.hasinoff at gmail.com>:

> Hello All,
> I am wondering if anyone has come across good models of methodology for
> qualitative research that uses search terms and google results. What I'm
> thinking here is something like looking at page one search results as the
> sites a user interested in a particular topic is most likely to come across
> if they are using particular search terms, and Google Trends can also give
> some indication of the search terms' relative popularity.
> Thank you,
> ah
> --
> Amy Hasinoff
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Communication
> University of Colorado Denver
> www.amyhasinoff.com
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