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The role of content analysis in the development of theory and understanding of software engineering

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1 Author(s)
C. Exton ; Limerick Univ., Ireland

This paper initially describes the part content analysis can play in providing a new means of gaining knowledge about software engineers and software engineering. A miniature example study is described that serves to illustrate how content analysis can be applied to produce longitudinal quantitative data from the relatively rich yet under-exploited source of Usenet newsgroups

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Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2004. STEP 2004. The 12th International Workshop on

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17-19 Sept. 2005