activists and feminists in the diaspora. Accordingly, the data for this article consists of interviews 1 with Iranian women’s rights activists who are currently outside Iran with online anthropology/ethnography in cyberspace. Through content analysis of
Explaining the Failure of Pegida in Austria
to examine why Pegida was not able to become a stable social movement organization ( smo ) in Austria or to draw a large number of followers. In order to compare the ideology of the fpö and Pegida, I undertake a comparative content analysis, since
Based on news video archives, this article employs critical frame and content analysis to analyze representations of the 2005 French banlieue riots on France's most-watched television station, TF1. Cultural racism theory is then used to analyze the results to demonstrate the discursive nature of the TF1 frames and the contexts of institutional racism they left out but which historians, ethnographers, and theorists of cultural racism suggest are crucial to understanding racial conflict in contemporary France. The most frequent frames blamed non-integrating cultures and illegal immigration. That is, race was coded in cultural traits of a problematic sub-group without mentioning it specifically.
Hegemonic Boyhood Masculinity as Depicted in Boy’s Life Magazine, 1911–2012
Susan M. Alexander and Kelsey Collins
Hegemonic masculinity is a fluid concept that varies according to historical period and social and cultural location. While much has been written about hegemonic masculinity as experienced by adult men, research is lacking on hegemonic masculinity in boyhood from an historical perspective. Using a quantitative content analysis of images on the covers of Boy’s Life magazine, this study finds three distinct historically specific images of hegemonic American boyhood masculinity: boys who serve their country as patriotic scouts in uniform; boys who admire celebrities, particularly professional athletes; and a branded boyhood in which boys wear brand name products while engaging in sports activities.
Examining the Infrastructuring Processes in Brussels (1950–2019) through the Lens of Social Imaginaries
This article analyzes the dialectic of fast and slow mobilities as a continuous tension, since the mid-twentieth century, characterized by three evolutions of the functional, phenomenological, and social dimensions of mobility infrastructure and practices in Brussels, Belgium. It is based on the content analysis of diverse “embodiments” of social imaginaries: mobility infrastructures, narratives and sensory-motor behaviors, and images, movies, and photographs. It casts light on the great triple evolution of (1) the scale of the designed city; (2) the limits between spaces devoted to speed, slowness, and overlaps; and (3) the promoted aesthetics in terms of atmospheres and urban experience. These developments strongly relate to the changing meaning of slow and fast mobilities and to a broader change in the societal relationship to space and time.
A Hybrid Form of a Populist Right Movement
movement, as it has been for the populist right more generally. Content analysis is defined as a systematic, replicable technique for compressing many words into fewer content categories based on explicit rules of coding. 20 It is a method that can be used
An Empirical Study and its Critical Analysis
Jose Cañas-Bajo, Teresa Cañas-Bajo, Eleni Berki, Juri-Petri Valtanen, and Pertti Saariluoma
data was analyzed using content analysis as described by Robert Weber (1990) . The approach to the content analysis was data-driven because it focused on identifying the sequence's elements and properties that aroused the audience's interest. The
Jacqueline Yeldon and Robert Pitter
their non-hockey sport experiences without being prompted. We considered these experiences to be part of their narrative and included them in our content analysis. We used an inductive thematic analysis approach, also referred to as conventional content
Muslim Youth Challenge Nativist and Closed Notions of Austrian Identity
, media and communication, interreligious activities, music and social work ( Hafez et al. 2016 ). They used standard fieldwork methodologies such as interviews, participant observation, observation and content analysis, and this body of research allows me
Cormac Ó Beaglaoich, Mark Kiss, Clíodhna Ní Bheaglaoich, and Todd G. Morrison
. , and Tiffany A. Whittaker . 2006 . “ Scale Development Research: A Content Analysis and Recommendations for Best Practices .” The Counseling Psychologist 34 , no. 6 : 806 – 838 . 10.1177/0011000006288127 Zhang , Chunyu , Aaron J. Blashill