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Undergraduate student Stanley Sleuth conducted a content analysis study of the Toronto Star newspaper between 1915 and 2005. He first identified 20 000 relevant articles involving government regulation of business and systematically sampled these articles with a sampling interval of 50. He then coded each sampled article based on the subjective meaning it expressed as pro- or anti-government regulation using a 1 to 10 scale (1 = very anti-regulation, 10 = very pro-regulation). In this study, Stanley used
A) latent coding.
B) manifest coding.
C) generic coding.
D) intervention strategy coding.
E) contingency coding.
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Undergraduate student Stanley Sleuth conducted a content analysis study of the Toronto Star newspaper between 1915 and 2005. He first identified 20 000 relevant articles involving government regulation of business and systematically sampled these articles with a sampling interval of 50. He then coded each sampled article based on the subjective meaning it expressed as pro- or anti-government regulation using a 1 to 10 scale (1 = very anti-regulation, 10 = very pro-regulation). In this study, Stanley used A) latent coding. B) manifest coding. C) generic coding. D) intervention strategy coding. E) contingency coding.
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