Applied Internet Research Analytics from Theory to Practice
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The chapter introduces the practical methods and theories for analyzing the online social networks; the figure below serves to build up the theoretical foundations for the research design in applying procedures for the theories introduced in the previous chapter, the chapter introduces the practice for conducting qualitative content analysis for the internet research design.
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