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Qualitative Research Guide

Online and collection-based resources to aid in conducting, finding, using, synthesizing, and teaching qualitative research in the health sciences.

What is Content Analysis?

"Content analysis is a research tool used to determine the presence of certain words, themes, or concepts within some given qualitative data (i.e. text). Using content analysis, researchers can quantify and analyze the presence, meanings, and relationships of such certain words, themes, or concepts." Source: Columbia Public Health

Books about Content Analysis

The following books are available as ebooks through the UCSF Library unless otherwise noted

Resources on Content Analysis

Content Analysis in the Literature

This RSS feed contains the latest 5 articles for the Pubmed search: "content analysis"[Title]

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