Multiple Correspondence Analyses Minimalist Design

[unitegallery mcaminimalist] One of the more difficult parts of my thesis concerned formatting my multiple correspondence analyses to be printed and understandable on paper. It is nice having a computer and being able to zoom in to see what points are clumped together. It's very difficult to put it all on a single page using [...]

By | August 13th, 2016|Data and Methods, Sociology, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Multiple Correspondence Analyses of Gendered Roles, Genre, and the Hollywood Reporter Top 100 Television Shows Across Three Time Periods

[unitegallery mca_thesis] Looking specifically at the gendered positions (squares), the first two analyses show that comedy is more highly correlated with all gendered roles. In the third picture, the gendered positions are no longer concentrated around comedy but are dispersed more evenly between comedy and drama. If we look at the movement of drama specifically [...]

By | August 12th, 2016|Culture, Data and Methods, Gender, Sociology, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Multiple Correspondence Analyses of Gendered Roles, Genre, and Television Shows from 1981 – 2000

Quality television from 1981 - 2000 still centered around comedy albeit drama had begun to gain influence during this time period which is evident from the shorter distance to other locations in the field. Family moved away from comedy somewhat. Men were more likely to produce the quality dramas as the distance is shorter to [...]

By | August 12th, 2016|Culture, Data and Methods, Gender, Sociology, Uncategorized|0 Comments

 Multiple Correspondence Analyses of Gendered Roles, Genre, and Television Shows from 1951 – 1980

Clearly comedy is central to the field of television from 1951 - 1980. Fantasy also had a central location in the field during this time with shows such as I Dream of Jeannie, Mork and Mindy, and Bewitched. All dramas during this time period had a location in the field where it was outside the [...]

By | August 11th, 2016|Culture, Data and Methods, Gender, Sociology, Uncategorized|0 Comments