Combining Crowd-Sourcing and Automated Content Methods to Improve Estimates of Overall Media Coverage: Theme Mentions in E-cigarette and Other Tobacco Coverage

Leeann Siegel
Leeann Siegel
Elissa Kranzler
Elissa Kranzler
Allyson Volinsky
Allyson Volinsky
Matthew B O'Donnell
Matthew B O'Donnell
Sharon Williams
Sharon Williams
Yoonsang Kim
Yoonsang Kim
Steven Binns
Steven Binns
Hy Tran
Hy Tran
Veronica Maidel Epstein
Veronica Maidel Epstein
Timothy Leffel
Timothy Leffel

Journal of health communication, pp. 1-11, 2019.

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Exposure to media content can shape public opinions about tobacco. Accurately describing content is a first step to showing such effects. Historically, content analyses have hand-coded tobacco-focused texts from a few media sources which ignored passing mention coverage and social media sources, and could not reliably capture over-time va...More

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