The 2015 UK General Election Coverage in Traditional Media (human coded) (Dataset)
University of Exeter
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The dataset is produced as a part of the ‘Media in Context and the 2015 General Election: How Traditional and Social Media Shape Elections and Governing’ project. It is an 18 month project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ES/M010775/1). The project collected data on traditional and social media coverage of the 2015 UK General Election in order to address the salient questions about the role of media in the context of the General Election and to provide media content data for others interested in media and media effects. The dataset includes 13,400 human-coded TV, radio and newspaper stories and blog posts published between February 1 and May 28, 2015. It contains the meta-data on each story (e.g., outlet, date, length), as well as topics and actors mentioned and sentiment expressed in each story.
Economic and Social Research Council Grant ES/M010775/1 (2015-2016)