Chapter 5: Grammatical Coding Methods

Magnitude coding

Andersen, M. M. T. (2020). Gatekeeping within the simplicity regime: Evaluative practices in television idea development. Media, Culture & Society, 42(4), 571–587

Oakley, A. (2016). Disturbing hegemonic discourse: Nonbinary gender and sexual orientation labeling on Tumblr. Social Media + Society, 2(3). 


Collins, C. C., Anthony, E., Taylor, D., & Rothstein, D. (2018). Family, identity, and the American dream: Service providers’ perspectives on families’ experiences with foreclosure. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 99(1), 16–28. 

Sakuma, K.-L., K., Dolcini, M. M., Seifert, J., Bean, M. M., Fagan, P., Wilson, M., Felicitas-Perkins, J. Q., Blanco, L., & Trinidad, D. R. (2020). Hookah and electronic inhalant device use and perceptions among African American youth and young adults: Are we asking the right questions? Health Education & Behavior, 47(3), 391–401. 

Simultaneous coding

Lyons, P., & Brennan, L. (2019). Assessing value from business-to-business services relationships: Temporality, tangibility, temperament, and trade-offs. Journal of Service Research, 22(1), 27–43. 

Further reading

Sloan-Power, E. M., Boxer, P., McGuirl, C., & Church, R. (2013). Coping zone construction and mapping: An exploratory study of contextual coping, PTSD, and childhood violence exposure in urban areas. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(9), 1741–1764. 

Snelson, C. (2015). Vlogging about school on YouTube: An exploratory study. New Media & Society, 17(3), 321–339. 

Yuen, A. H. K., Park, J., Chen, L., & Cheng, M. (2018). The significance of cultural capital and parental mediation for digital inequity. New Media & Society, 20(2), 599–617. 

Sosa, T. (online first, 2019). “That sure is racist”: Classroom race talk as resistance. Education and Urban Society.