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reality tv show

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Jamie Deng

on 6 September 2012

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Transcript of reality tv show

Reality Television Show Introduction the purpose three objectives the definition / evolution of reality tv shows the effect of reality tv shows characteristic ordinary individuals contest / prize documents actual events unscripted dramatic or humorous situations Allen Funt
reality TV's first practitioner
1948 TV series Candid Camera genres documentary style

competition/game shows


social experiments

hidden cameras the idea of social revolution Reality tv shows have changed drastically Simple pranks / following of a regular family million dollar prizes / dramatic characters anti-war protests why reality tv shows are popular 1948 Allen Funt
Candid Camera An American Family 1973 Big Brother and Survivor 1999 American Idol
(talent show) 2002 objective1 objective2 more easier to relate to people instant-fame status the reason: strong motivation to be a focus instant-fame status powerful entertainment platform same status of celebrities more easier to relate to people take ordinary people empathize to daily life to know what is going on behind closed doors remaking television culture remaking television culture engage both societies and individuals objective3 the effect positive: platform of talented people highlight constant fights & violence a vehicle for entertainment instant success HOWEVER positive effects negative
effects > negative: distort value moral behavior commercialism commercialism distort value disturbing humiliation abnormal behavior bad moral producers participants highlight constant fights & violence over dramatic manipulated emotion thank u enjoy it :) conclusion the definition / evolution the reason of reality tv's popularity the effect negative > positive reference list http://prezi.com/ykinmkcxvdhz/the-evolution-of-reality/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DurhFyVJc8M http://www.ehow.com/list_7305120_negative-effects-reality-shows.html http://people.howstuffworks.com/culture-traditions/tv-and-culture/reality-tvs-influence-on-culture2.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality_television source:GrapJam.com source:GraphJam.com source:GraphJam.com source:GraphJam.com http://atheism.about.com/library/FAQs/phil/blphil_eth_realitytv.htm
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