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Wed, 2 Feb 1994 19:43:35 MET
<[log in to unmask]>; from "Dianne K Brooks" at Jan 28, 94 12:03 pm
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>   Thank you very much for your reaction.
    First, I would like to find out what kind of US programms latin
    americans have on their screen, let's say in prime time.
    Entertainment, soap-operas, sport, information programms on
    political issues, or ... ? (a program list would help me)
    Second question: are these US programms popular, are to latin
    americans accept them because they have to, ..
    For instance, in France (Europe) there was a strong reaction against
    the GATT-agreement, because people feared a dominance of US programms.
    Can you find similar reactions in Latin America ? (in Chile it won't
    be so, but may be in Brazil, Argentina, ...)
    Excuse me for my english, it's not my native language, so ....
    Thank you very much for your help.
> >
> > Hello, I am a student in communication research at Brussels Free
> > University (VUB), Belgium. I am preparing a paper on US-tv-programms and
> Could you be a bit more specific...there is a lot out there about US
> television, for example do you want theory, audience studies, lists of
> programs...daytime television, primetime television...?
> You might try Fiske, Television Culture; Gitlin, Inside Primetime  and a
> collection
> called Female Spectators...but I'm not sure what you're looking for...
> Dianne Brooks
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