Oct. 14, 2008
Professor Kimberly Neuendorf is quoted in today's New York Times in an article in the science section.
The article discusses how content analysis of words can be used to reach conclusions about human behavior. A study discussed in the article focuses on a recent examination of terrorist communications, an important area in which content analysis can be applied to advance society. Professor Neuendorf, identified as a professor of communications at Cleveland State University who has extensively studied content analysis, then offers a thoughtful, analytical evaluation, remarking on how differences in words suggests subtle repositioning in leadership.