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  1. Citizens, Consumers and the Citizen-Consumer: Articulating the Citizen Interest in Media and Communications Regulation.Laura Miller, Peter Lunt & Sonia Livingstone - 2007 - Discourse and Communication 1 (1):63-89.
    The Office of Communications, established by an Act of Parliament in 2003, is a new sector wide regulator in the UK, required to further the interests of what has been termed the ‘citizen-consumer’. Using a critical discursive approach, this article charts the unfolding debate among stakeholders in the new regulatory environment as they attempt to define the interests of citizens, consumers and the citizen-consumer. Ofcom has preferred to align the terms ‘citizen’ and ‘consumer’ so that the interests of both may (...)
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    Virtue Ethics and Social Psychology.P. Lunt - 2007 - History and Philosophy of Psychology 7 (1):365-392.
    Virtue ethics has emerged as an alternative to deontological and utilitarian theory in recent moral philosophy. The basic notion of virtue ethics is to reassert the importance of virtuous character in ethical judgement in contrast to the emphasis on principles and consequences. Since questions of virtue have been largely neglected in modern moral theory, there has been a return to Aristotles account of virtue as character. This in turn has been questioned as the basis of virtue ethics and there has (...)
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    Un Public Actif, Un Téléspectateur Critique.Sonia Livingstone & Peter Lunt - 1993 - Hermes 11:145.
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