Computer Assisted Content Analysis of the print press coverage of corruption in Slovakia

Type: · Author(s): Ľubica Adamcová, Juraj Filin, Veronika Vighová, Pavol Baboš · Published:
This research study addresses a simple but important research question: How did chosen newspapers in Slovakia select, cover and portray corruption-related issues and subjects? This is a particularly important topic for academic research because, on the one hand, corruption is arguably a long-term structural problem in Slovakia, and, on the other hand, Slovakia is an […] Read More

Computer Assisted Content Analysis of the print press coverage of corruption In Romania

Type: · Author(s): Natalia Milewski , Valentina Dimulescu · Published:
Four national newspapers were selected for the present study: România Liberă (RL), Jurnalul Național (JN), Libertatea (L) and Ziarul Financiar (ZF). We chose, in equal measure, quality/citizen oriented newspapers (România Liberă and Jurnalul Național, Ziarul Financiar), and popular media/consumer oriented (Libertatea). Two of these dailies are of general nature (România Liberă, Jurnalul Național), one is […] Read More

Computer Assisted Content Analysis of the print press coverage of corruption in Italy

Type: · Author(s): Marco Mazzoni · Published:
The study conducted in this report is based on the analysis of the content analysis of four Italian newspapers: Il Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica, Il Giornale and Il Sole 24 Ore. Il Corriere della Sera, Il Giornale and La Repubblica are quality newspapers; Il Sole 24 Ore is the most important Italian business paper. […] Read More

Computer Assisted Content Analysis of the print press coverarge of corruption in Hungary

Type: · Author(s): Ágnes Czibik, Boróka Pápay, Zoltán Szántó, István János Tóth · Published:
Coverage of corruption in the Hungarian media was analyzed using four online news portals. Three of them, Magyar Nemzet Online (short name: MNO, web: mno.hu), Népszava (web: nepszava.hu) and Heti Világgazdaság (web: hvg.hu) are also available as newspapers but the content of these papers is different from the online form to a certain extent. The […] Read More

Computer Assisted Content Analysis of the print press coverage of corruption in France

Type: · Author(s): Alessio Cornia · Published:
This analysis of the French coverage of corruption topics was conducted on Le Monde, Le Figaro, Ouest France and Les Echos. Le Monde is a quality newspaper, close to the centre-left political positions, with national but also international circulation, offering its readership both facts and opinions. Le Figaro, which is often considered the main competitor […] Read More

Methodology of the Computer Assisted Content Analysis

Type: · Author(s): Alessio Cornia, Matteo Pisciotta · Published:
Several ANTICORRP deliverables illustrate the results of the computer-assisted content analysis (CACA) of the coverage of corruption-related topics in British, Italian, French, Hungarian, Romanian and Slovak news media from January 2004 to December 2013. This chapter outlines the methodology used in the CACA. Read More

Executive summary and main findings of the Computer Assisted Content Analysis

Type: · Author(s): Paolo Mancini · Published:
In this deliverable, the results of the Computer-Assisted Content Analysis (CACA) will be illustrated. Studies conducted through dedicated software allow the analysis of a large body of data with a low/medium level of in-depth investigation. This is exactly the case for our CACA study: indeed, a total of 183.491 articles (Table 1) have been analysed […] Read More

A comparative research on the print press coverage of corruption

Type: · Author(s): Paolo Mancini · Published:
In this study, we only deal with the possible tangible ways through which news media may curb corruption. We study, in a comparative perspective, what sorts of representations of corruption emerge from the print press coverage. We analyse what the main components of these representations are, what the mostly frequently quoted topics and actors are […] Read More

Extensive content analysis study on the coverage of stories on corruption: Executive Summary

Type: · Author(s): Paolo Mancini · Published:
The deliverable “Extensive content analysis study on the coverage of stories on corruption” investigates how four newspapers in seven countries (France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Romania and Slovakia) have covered the news related to corruption and other similar topics over a period of ten years, from 2004 to 2013. This is a very extensive […] Read More