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Beyond Ratings or Quality. Surpassing the Dilemma of Entertainment in Public Broadcasting
Unformatted Document Text:  27 Potter, J. & Wetherell, M. (1987). Discourse and social psychology: Beyond attitudes and behaviour. London: Sage. Raad van Bestuur van de NOS. (Mei 1998) Publiek in de toekomst. Nota van de Raad van Bestuur van de NOS over de publieke omroep na 2000. Hilversum: NOS Rosengren, Karl, Erik. Carlsson, Mats. & Tågerud, Yael. (1996). Quality in programming: views from the North. In S. Ishikawa, Quality assessment in programming. (pp. 3-48). Luton: John Libbey Media. Schrøder, Kim, Chistian (1988). The Pleasure of Dynasty: The Weekly Reconstruction of Self-Confidence’, in Philip Drummond and Richard Patterson (eds), Television and its Audience. International Research Perspectives, London: British Film Institute Schrøder, Kim, Chistian (1993). The politics of entertainment. In U. Bechdolf (red.), Watching Europe; a media and cultural studies reader. (pp. 254-264). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Cultural Studies Foundation Syvertsen, Trine. (2002). Understanding the relation between broadcasters and the public: rethinking the citizen – consumer dichotomy. Unpublished paper presented at ESF Workshop The Changing Meanings of Popular Culture for Public Broadcasting. Tufte, T. (2000). Living with the rubbish queen: telenovelas, culture and modernity in Brazil.Luton : University of Luton Press. Tulloch, John. (1990) Television Drama. Agency, audience and myth. London, New York: Routledge Tunstall, Jeremy (1993) Television Producers. London: Routledge. Volkskrant-special (28 september 2002) De Publieke omroep. . VRT (2001). Rapportering Beheersovereenkomst 2000: Kwaliteitsrapport. Brussel: VRT. Weimann, Gabriel (2000). Communicating unreality. Modern Media and the Reconstruction of Reality. Thousand Oaks, London:Sage Wieten, Jan. Murdock, Graham, Dalgren, Peter. (2000). Television Across Europe. A Comparative Introduction. London etc.: Sage Wijfjes, H. (1994). Omroep in Nederland. Zwolle: Waanders.

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Potter, J. & Wetherell, M. (1987). Discourse and social psychology: Beyond attitudes and
behaviour.
London: Sage.

Raad van Bestuur van de NOS. (Mei 1998) Publiek in de toekomst. Nota van de Raad van
Bestuur van de NOS over de publieke omroep na 2000.
Hilversum: NOS

Rosengren, Karl, Erik. Carlsson, Mats. & Tågerud, Yael. (1996). Quality in programming:
views from the North. In S. Ishikawa, Quality assessment in programming. (pp. 3-48). Luton:
John Libbey Media.

Schrøder, Kim, Chistian (1988). The Pleasure of Dynasty: The Weekly Reconstruction of Self-
Confidence’, in Philip Drummond and Richard Patterson (eds), Television and its Audience.
International Research Perspectives,
London: British Film Institute

Schrøder, Kim, Chistian (1993). The politics of entertainment. In U. Bechdolf (red.), Watching
Europe; a media and cultural studies reader
. (pp. 254-264). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Cultural
Studies Foundation

Syvertsen, Trine. (2002). Understanding the relation between broadcasters and the public:
rethinking the citizen – consumer dichotomy.
Unpublished paper presented at ESF Workshop
The Changing Meanings of Popular Culture for Public Broadcasting.

Tufte, T. (2000). Living with the rubbish queen: telenovelas, culture and modernity in Brazil.
Luton : University of Luton Press.

Tulloch, John. (1990) Television Drama. Agency, audience and myth. London, New York:
Routledge

Tunstall, Jeremy (1993) Television Producers. London: Routledge.

Volkskrant-special (28 september 2002) De Publieke omroep. .

VRT (2001). Rapportering Beheersovereenkomst 2000: Kwaliteitsrapport. Brussel: VRT.

Weimann, Gabriel (2000). Communicating unreality. Modern Media and the Reconstruction of
Reality.
Thousand Oaks, London:Sage

Wieten, Jan. Murdock, Graham, Dalgren, Peter. (2000). Television Across Europe. A
Comparative Introduction.
London etc.: Sage
Wijfjes, H. (1994). Omroep in Nederland. Zwolle: Waanders.


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