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100 1  Wyatt, Wendy N. 
245 10 Ethics of reality TV :|ba philosophical examination. 
264  1 London :|bContinuum International Pub.,|c2012. 
300    1 online resource 
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505 0  The Morality of Amoral TV; Introduction: Reality TV 
       Matters; 1 Flourishing: Reality TV and a Life of Ethical 
       Excellence; 2 Stereotypes: Reality TV as Both Creator and 
       Confronter; 3 Privacy: What Has Reality TV Got To Hide?; 4
       Cultural Values: Reality TV Manufactures Marriage; 5 
       Community: Reality TV Reaching Out; 6 Inspiration and 
       Motivation: If Reality TV Stars Can Do It, So Can I; 7 
       Commercialization: The Intersection of Economics and 
       Ethics in Reality TV; 8 Deception: Reality TV Playing Us 
       False; 9 Democracy and Discourse: How Reality TV Fosters 
       Citizenship -- 10 Exploitation: When Reality TV Becomes 
       Degradation TV; Conclusion: Reality TV Conveys 
520    Beginning with the new millennium, reality television 
       exploded both in number of shows and in popularity. The 
       scholarship on reality TV is beginning to catch up, but 
       one of the most enduring questions about the genreIs it 
       ethical?has yet to be addressed in any systematic and 
       comprehensive way. Through investigating issues ranging 
       from deception and privacy breeches to community building 
       and democratization of TV, The Ethics of Reality TV 
       explores the ways in which reality TV may create both 
       benefits and harms to society. The edited collection 
       features the work of leading scholars in the field. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Reality television programs. 
650  7 PHILOSOPHY|xEthics & Moral Philosophy.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Reality television programs.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01091252 
700 1  Bunton, Kristie. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aWyatt, Wendy N.|tEthics of Reality TV : 
       A Philosophical Examination.|dLondon : Continuum 
       International Publishing, ©2012|z9781441189035 
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