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    sentence in the introduction serve as the thesis.  You will also need to avoid the use of the word “I” throughout your essay.  Reality Television Reality television‚ in general‚ can be considered fifty percent real and fifty percent acting. Most reality shows are meant to reveal the struggles‚ successes and challenges people face on a daily basic. Reality television‚ for the most part is considered educational and informative. People in the United States and around the world and all ages can

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    I. Many sociologist and psychologists worry that reality television is having a dangerous effect on the American viewing audience. A. Psychologists study have shown that they believe that by watching reality television can be both a negative and positive effect on you. If we watch shows like American Idol‚ and Biggest Loser it will have a positive effect on you that if you put your mind to it‚ you can do it. The Biggest Loser teaches us on we can exercise‚ eat right and lose weight. But‚ then

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    The History and Impact of Reality Television There are times when people wish that they could live the life of someone else. They may choose to do so out of stress‚ anger‚ sadness‚ or from being bored of their lives. In order to flee from their busy lives‚ they turn toward reality television. However‚ reality television can be seen in a positive or negative light. Reality television has become a bad influence upon its viewers‚ an escape from the challenges and difficulties of real life‚ and a

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    The Reality of Reality Television Jacqueline Knudsen ENG122: English Composition II Jenna Fussell February 2‚ 2013 The Reality of Reality Television Have you ever set there watching your favorite reality television show and wondered what effects it could have on you‚ your family or your friends? Truth is most people do not think about the effects television shows can have before watching them or allowing their children to watch them. This

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    concept of reality television can be traced back to the 1940s. In 1948 Allen Funt’s Candid Camera was debuted (Wikipedia 2006). That was the first unscripted reality television show. Since then reality shows have taken the United States by storm. This genre of entertainment has become a very important part of the American culture. So much‚ that a couple of reality shows are proudly using the continent’s name as a qualified title. Examples are America’s Next Top Model‚ and American Idol. Reality television

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    Since the creation of reality television‚ people have been influenced for both the better and worse. Many professionals have invested their time and resources into finding out just how and why reality TV has had such a big impact on society and they have come up with many different perspectives on the matter. In the early stages of reality television‚ the whole premise was immediately scrutinized because it held an unconventional perspective on what the public knew to be reality. Authors Julia Anne

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  • The Effect of Reality Television Shows

    Reality TV shows are cheap to produce and pay off with big ratings‚ often being among the week ’s most-watched programs. They ’re also a hot button for culture critics‚ who wonder about the value of these shows each time another one with a batch of hot-tempered and scantily clad people hits the screen. Believe it or not‚ some of these programs contain valuable lessons in trust‚ fairness and on-the-job success. Other People Are Reading The Effect of Reality Television Shows Cons of Reality TV

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    2011 Deceptive Reality Television Unfortunately‚ today’s popular culture highly regards reality shows that are far from being real. Richard Huff’s title “Real or Not‚ It Doesn’t Matter” clearly states this fact; the public enjoys watching these shows‚ even though it knows that they are deceitful. Reality shows are fallacies‚ the work of the producers and editors‚ who work hard to make people believe that they are watching truthful situations. The impact of reality television on Americans is negative

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    REALITY TV PROGRAMS For years television programs dominated only by two genres: the comedy and drama.Shows that you and your family watched every night just to know what will happen to the characters of the show.Will he going to die?will she find out that she was her real daughter? was some of the questions we asked to ourselves after we finished watching that kind of TV programs.Today‚ however‚ TV programming are now dominating by new genre‚ the controversial and extremely

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    Reality Television Description One of the most recent and freshest trends to come out of television is the phenomenon of "reality television". Spurred by trend setting programs like CBS’s Survivor and MTV’s The Real World‚ reality television was launched as a new genre. With such recent hits as Laguna Beach: The Real OC‚ Flavor of Love‚ and American Idol‚ reality television‚ as a genre and a staple of pop culture‚ has only begun to grow. In an analysis of various articles studied from The

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