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Coding Streams of Language: Techniques for the Systematic Coding of Text, Talk, and Other Verbal Data
by Cheryl Geisler and Jason Swarts
University Press of Colorado, 2020
Paper: 978-1-60732-730-1
Library of Congress Classification P93.G35 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 302.2

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Coding Streams of Language is a systematic and practical research guide to coding verbal data in all its forms—written texts and oral talk, in print or online, gathered through surveys and interviews, database searches, or audio or video recordings. The thoughtful, detailed advice found in this book will help readers carry out analyses of language that are both systematic and complex. Situating themselves in the relatively new line of mixed methods research, the authors provide guidance on combining context-based inquiry with quantitative tools for examining big picture patterns that acknowledges the complexity of language use. Throughout Coding Streams of Language, exercises, points for discussion, and milestones help guide readers through an analytic project. As a supplement to the book, YouTube videos demonstrate tools and techniques.
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