A variety of applications have been developed in order to engage with society. These tools have enabled computer scientists to captured large sets of unstructured data for machine learning and make the information widely available in academia.
Techniques for Coding Imagery and Multimedia: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a pivotal reference source featuring the latest scholarly research on ways researchers code imagery and multimedia for research purposes, as well as describe some of the applied methods for research value. Including coverage on a wide variety of topics such as linguistic analysis, gender communication, and mass surveillance, this book is an important resource for researchers, academics, graduate students, and professionals seeking current research on best ways to globally expand multimedia research and imagery.
Table of Contents
Section 1 Coding Imagery for Sensemaking
Chapter 1 Exploring Identity-Based Humor in a #Selfies #Humor Image Set From Instagram
Chapter 2 Snacking Around the World: Evolving an Inductive Image Categorization and Research Query Approach for Image Sets From Social Media
Section 2 Exploring Social Phenomena
Chapter 3 Engaging Technology-Based Manifestos Three Ways: (1) Manual Method-Based Coding, (2) CAQDAS-Supported Manual Coding, and (3) Machine Reading and Autocoding
Chapter 4 Exploring “Mass Surveillance” Through Computational Linguistic Analysis of Five Text Corpora: Academic, Mainstream Journalism, Microblogging Hashtag Conversation, Wikipedia Articles, and Leaked Government Data
Chapter 5 See Ya! Exploring American Renunciation of Citizenship Through Targeted and Sparse Social Media Data Sets and a Custom Spatial-Based Linguistic Analysis Dictionary
Section 3 Image and Multimedia Coding in Academia
Chapter 6 Coding Online Learner Image and Multimedia Submissions for Assignment Fulfillment: An Early Assessment Rubric
Chapter 7 Coding Digital Learning Objects for Adoption for Online Teaching and Learning