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Content Analysis of Media Coverage of the 2015 British General Election / Travis Coan, Daniel Stevens, Susan Banducci, Iulia Cioroianu, Ekaterina Kolpinskaya

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Swansea University Author: Ekaterina Kolpinskaya

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DOI (Published version): 10.5255/UKDA-SN-8176-1

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These data have been collected as a part of the ESRC-funded 'Media in Context and The 2015 General Election: How Traditional and Social Media Shape Elections and Governing' project. The data allow exploring the patterns of informationa flows, agenda setting and agenda framing of the 2015 G...

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