A Handbook of Media and Communication Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies

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Index

a
abduction, 259-60 , 263-6
abstracted empiricism, 56
abstracts, 3
accountability, 147
actants, 127-8 , 251
action research, 176 , 287
activists, 41-4
adaptations, 126
address, 85 , 106 , 131 , 134
advertising, 41 , 112
age, 163
agency, human, 1-3
agenda-setting, 87 , 103 , 145-7 , 163 , 220 , 262-3
agents, 65-6 , 79 , 80
analysts, 41-4
anchorage, 28 , 111 , 135
Annales School, 193
anonymity, 290
anthropology, 48 , 179
Any Day Now, 67-72
apartheid (in research), 254
applied research, 278-9
archives, 63 , 201 , 203-4 , 283 , 285
Aristotle, 16 , 19
art history, 27 , 120
artefacts, 243-5
article formats (newspapers), 83
articulation, 189
association relations, 214
attributes, 210
audience/s, 60 , 138-70 , 182 ;
active - , 51-4 , 160-4 ;
media-audience-society nexus, 169-70 ;
overhearing - , 110 ;
as product, 72 , 143 ;
and text, 167-9
audiovisual media, 145
audit trail, 246
auteur theory, 65
author, implied, 129
authoritarian theory, 275
autonomy, 62 , 89

b
Bakhtin, M. M., 186
Barthes, Roland, 25 , 50 , 111 , 115 , 135
basic research, 278-9
BBC, 201
behaviourism, 51
Bellour, Raymond, 123
Berelson, B., 103
The Big Sleep, 122 , 124-5 , 133 , 134 , 244
biographies, 202
biological esssentialism, 36
Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, 39 , 176
books, 288
Bordwell, David, 119 , 126 , 128 , 129
BP advertisement, 112
Branigan, Edward, 130-1
Braudel, Fernand, 193
Briggs, Asa, 200-1
British press, 199
broadcasting histories, 200-4
budgets, 67
bureaucratization, 174

c
camera, 132
camera narration, 132
campaigns, 147-8
canonical story, 128
Cantril, Hadley, 52
capitalization, 174
Carey, James, 7-8 , 9
case studies, 67-72 , 239
case-based research, 67-72 , 164 , 239 , 247 , 256-7 , 264
categorical imperative, 289
categories of analysis, 103-4
causality (experimental research), 222-7

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - History 13
  • 2 - The Humanities in Media and Communication Research 15
  • 3 - Media, Culture and Modern Times 40
  • Part II - Systematics 59
  • 4 - The Production of Media Fiction 62
  • 5 - The Production of News 78
  • 6 - The Study of International News 91
  • 7 - Discourses of Fact 98
  • 8 - Mediated Fiction 117
  • 9 - Media Effects 138
  • 10 - Media Reception 156
  • 11 - Contexts, Cultures, and Computers 171
  • 12 - History, Media and Communication 191
  • Part III - Practice 207
  • 13 - The Quantitative Research Process 209
  • 14 - The Qualitative Research Process 235
  • 15 - The Complementarity of Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies in Media and Communication Research 254
  • 16 - The Social Origins and Uses of Media and Communication Research 273
  • References 294
  • Index 326
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