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Young people's interpretations of Dutch soap operas and police series: a multicultural audience research
Unformatted Document Text:  Young people’s interpretations of Dutch soap operas and police series: a multicultural audience research 9 References Barker, C. (1999). Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Buckingham: Open University Press. Buxton, D. (1990). From The Avengers to Miami Vice. Form and ideology in television series. Manchester: Manchester University. Cohen, J. (1999). Favorite Characters of Teenage Viewers of Israeli Serials. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 43(3), 327-345. Costera Meijer, I. & J. de Bruin (forthcoming). Gender Gossip and Ethnic Ethics. Soap Opera Talk as a Vehicle for Cross-Cultural Understanding? Unpublished paper. De Bruin, J. (2001). Dutch Television Soap Opera: Ethnicity and Girls’ Interpretations. Gazette, 63 (1), 41-56. De Bruin, J. (2002). Interpretations of Ethnicity: The Representation of Ethnic Minorities in Dutch Soap Operas, Police Series and Sitcoms. Paper presented at the Visual Communication Interest Group of the 52nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, held in Seoul, Korea, July 15-19, 2002. Fiske, J. (1987). Television Culture. London: Routledge. Gillespie, M. (1995). Television, Ethnicity and Cultural Change. London, New York: Routledge.

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Young people’s interpretations of Dutch soap operas and police series: a multicultural audience research
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References
Barker, C. (1999). Television, Globalization and Cultural Identities. Buckingham: Open
University Press.
Buxton, D. (1990). From The Avengers to Miami Vice. Form and ideology in television series.
Manchester: Manchester University.
Cohen, J. (1999). Favorite Characters of Teenage Viewers of Israeli Serials. Journal of
Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 43(3), 327-345.
Costera Meijer, I. & J. de Bruin (forthcoming). Gender Gossip and Ethnic Ethics. Soap Opera
Talk as a Vehicle for Cross-Cultural Understanding? Unpublished paper.
De Bruin, J. (2001). Dutch Television Soap Opera: Ethnicity and Girls’ Interpretations.
Gazette, 63 (1), 41-56.
De Bruin, J. (2002). Interpretations of Ethnicity: The Representation of Ethnic Minorities
in Dutch Soap Operas, Police Series and Sitcoms. Paper presented at the Visual
Communication Interest Group of the 52nd Annual Conference of the International
Communication Association, held in Seoul, Korea, July 15-19, 2002.
Fiske, J. (1987). Television Culture. London: Routledge.
Gillespie, M. (1995). Television, Ethnicity and Cultural Change. London, New York:
Routledge.


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