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Wivian Weller, Lucélia de Moraes Braga Bassalo & Nicolle Pfaff

In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Chapter 31: Collecting Data for Analyzing Blogs

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Collecting Data for Analyzing Blogs
Collecting Data for Analyzing Blogs
Wivian WellerLucélia de Moraes Braga BassaloNicolle Pfaff

In the field of qualitative research, the last decades have seen a growing interest in collecting and analyzing data from the cyberspace, detected also by the number of new books and articles related to Internet research (see Fielding et al., 2017; Kozinets, 2015). This is due, in part, to a consensus that the impact of the Internet on social life is vast and unquestionable. This impact is noticed in every sphere of daily life, whether public or private, in personal, family, individual and institutional dimensions. Additionally, the Internet, as a worldwide web of interconnected computers, has led to the appearance of new forms of communication, affording new ways of ...

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