Authors:László Puskás, János László, and Éva Fülöp
Ehmann , B. , Balázs , L. , Fülöp , É. , Hargitai , R. , Kabai , P. , Péley , B. , Pólya , T. , Vargha , A , Vincze , O. , László, J. ( 2010 ): Narrative psychological contentanalysis as a tool for
in the context of PRONET The projects are currently being evaluated in the context of the “Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung”. The case reports are analyzed based on a category system using the summarizing contentanalysis according to Mayring (2010
The science-related material published in newspapers can be analysed to provide insight into the biases and techniques involved in transferring knowledge from the science community to the general public. A part of such studies can be carried out in quantitative terms. Three such quantitative approaches are illustrated here: (1) measurement of space devoted to science; (2) derivation of readability indices; (3) content analysis.
Paul Erdos was a world famous Hungarian mathematician, who passed away in September 1996. Documents on the World Wide Web,
mentioning Paul Erdos's name were systematically collected. These documents were categorized using the method of content analysis.
This work enables us to draw some conclusions about the ways authors of Internet documents picture Paul Erdos. This is the
first work we know of that thoroughly examines the content of a huge collection of documents on a specific topic on the Internet.
Chemistry, as today's most active science, has increased its substances exponentially during the past 200 years without saturation.
To get more insight why and how chemists produce new substances, a content analysis of 300 communications to theAngewandte Chemie of the years 1980, 1990, and 1995 is carried out regarding aims and methods of preparative research. In the most productive
field of organic chemistry production mainly occurs to improve abilities for further production, while the less productive
field of inorganic chemistry has more diverse aims. Methodological differences between organic and inorganic chemistry are
discussed in detail as well as the relationship between pure and applied science.
The paper analyses 2339 research papers appearing in 330 journals covered in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Abstracts, India (1983) on the basis of their broad subject fields such as agronomy, phytochemistry, pharmacology and clinical research; their country of origin; plant genera and their species; and by type of investigation. Under each of the broad subject fields and major genera, an attempt has been made to identify the nature and focus of research in different countries through minimal level content analysis. Special focus of the paper has been the analysis of Indian publication output.
My paper focuses on the importance of nostalgia in contemporary Hungarian pop music. Based on the content analysis of the songs of two bands, Wellhello and The Biebers, it argues that late eighties and nineties nostalgia is a mainstream feeling amongst Hungarian youth. After a short description of the media nostalgia phenomenon, I claim that there are three major types of nostalgic content in contemporary Hungarian music industry (folk, socialist and transition period heritage), and the research presents the characteristics of the third. The findings of the research are integrated into the results of recent works on the current trends of media nostalgia.
This work reports on the subject content analysis performed to 1323 records retrieved from international databases, related
to the Mexican production on environmental health. The U.S. National Library of Medicine's Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)
and BIREME's Health Sciences Descriptors (DeCS) were used as guiding tools to select the subject content of records. Overall,
97 descriptors were identified; 65 corresponded to MeSH terms and 32 were, generated by the authors. Results indicated that
most of the production was related to environmental pollution studies focused on water and air pollution, and environmental
monitoring. Through the development of hierarchical models, patterns of subjects covered and uncovered could be easily identified.
Further lines of action and research are proposed by the authors.