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What can we learn about television from television criticism? Although television criticism studies are on the rise, such a question is rarely raised. This makes the treatment of criticism an object in itself-instead of a practice that is contiguous with the television field. This paper aims to offer a reflection on television criticism based on the cultural analysis formulated by cultural studies, i.e., treating television criticism as a cultural practice that has its own values and thatdoi:10.15448/1980-3729.2016.2.22177 fatcat:e2ekfwqjcrf45hearqukdiseti