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100 1 _aHetsroni, Amir.
_924132
245 1 0 _aReality Television :
_bMerging the Global and the Local.
264 1 _aNew York :
_bNova Science Publishers, Incorporated,
_c2008.
264 4 _c©2010.
300 _a1 online resource (309 pages)
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490 1 _aMedia and Communications - Technologies, Policies and Challenges
505 0 _aIntro -- REALITY TELEVISION - MERGING THE GLOBAL AND THE LOCAL -- REALITY TELEVISION - MERGING THE GLOBAL AND THE LOCAL -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- INTRODUCTION: TOWARDS A CULTURALLY SENSITIVE AND CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH OF REALITY TV -- REFERENCES -- SECTION I: NORTH AMERICA -- DO YOU KNOW WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE? AN ANALYSIS OF VOTING PATTERNS AND ALLIANCES ON THE REALITY TELEVISION SHOW SURVIVOR -- REALITY TELEVISION -- THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK -- Power and Social Capital -- RQ1: Does Voting with the Majority Predict where Players will Place in the Television Show Survivor? -- Alliances and Friendships -- RQ2: What are the Reasons Players are Voted out of the Television Show Survivor? -- RQ3: How Important are First Impressions in Creating Friendships or Alliances in the Television Show Survivor? -- Dominance and Power -- RQ4: How Important is Winning Immunity and Reward Challenges to Players' Success in the Television Show Survivor? -- RQ5: What Role do Players' Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Occupation, or Regional Home Play in Determining their Success in the Television Show Survivor? -- Method -- Participants -- Measures -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- Alliances and Voting Patterns -- Resonating with Audiences -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- REALITY TELEVISION AND COMPUTER-MEDIATED IDENTITY: OFFLINE EXPOSURE AND ONLINE BEHAVIOR -- LITERATURE REVIEW -- Reality Television and Affect TV -- Big Brother and Temptation Island -- Web 2.0 -- Social Network Sites -- Photo Sharing -- Social Cognitive Theory -- Reality Television: Models, Attention and Retention -- Web 2.0: Production and Motivation -- RQ1. How Does The Consumption Of News, Fictional, And Educational Television Content Relate To Online Behavior? -- Methods -- Social Network Site Measures -- Television Viewing Measures -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- SECTION II: EUROPE.
505 8 _aYOU'LL SEE, YOU'LL WATCH: THE SUCCESS OF BIG BROTHER IN POST-COMMUNIST BULGARIA -- BRIEF THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK -- BIG BROTHER ORIGINS -- BIG BROTHER IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES -- Poland -- Russia -- Other Post-Communist Nations -- BIG BROTHER BULGARIA -- BIG BROTHER'S SUCCESS FORMULA -- Big Brother as a Must-Have Format -- BIG BROTHER AND CELEBRITY (FORMATTING) -- BIG BROTHER AND THE DIVERSIFICATION OF TELEVISION CULTURE (FORMATTING) -- BIG BROTHER AS A MEDIA EVENT (FORMATTING) -- BIG BROTHER AS AN INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE (FORMATTING) -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- GOK WAN AND THE MAGICAL WARDROBE -- A MAGICAL BUSINESS -- DEMOCRATIC MAGIC - CONFLICTING PAIRS -- (I)The Adventure of the Hero./ Re-Making the Commodity Self -- (II)Gok - Supernatural Aid/the Astute Businessman -- (III) The Belly of the Whale/the Commodified Self -- Psy-Thinking -- DEFINING AUTHENTICITY -- CONCLUDING COMMENTS -- REFERENCES -- SLOVENE REALITY TELEVISION: THE COMMERCIAL RE-INSCRIPTION OF THE NATIONAL -- BRIEF HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXT -- SLOVENE MEDIA LANDSCAPE: THE TRIUMPH OF COMMERCIAL BROADCASTING -- POP TV: "THE ONLY SLOVENE TV THAT COUNTS" -- "THE FARM": A RETURN TO SLOVENE ROOTS -- CONCLUSION: SELLING THE NATION AND MARKETING THE SELF -- REFERENCES -- TALKING ABOUT BIG BROTHER: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ABOUT A CONTROVERSIAL TELEVISION FORMAT -- MEDIA CHOICES FOR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION -- MOTIVES FOR INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION -- MORAL CONSIDERATIONS AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION -- A SOCIAL COMPARISON PERSPECTIVE ON BIG BROTHER CONVERSATIONS -- MEDIA EVENTS AND GOSSIP -- METHOD -- Sample -- Measures -- RESULTS -- Talking about Big Brother -- Content of the Conversations -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- SECTION III: THE MIDDLE EAST -- REALITY VS. REALITY TV: NEWS COVERAGE IN ISRAELI MEDIA AT THE TIME OF REALITY TV -- REFERENCES.
505 8 _aREAL LOVE HAS NO BOUNDARIES? DATING REALITY TV SHOWS BETWEEN GLOBAL FORMAT AND LOCAL-CULTURAL CONFLICTS -- INTRODUCTION -- REALITY SHOWS AND THE GLOBAL CONTEXT -- OF ALL THE GIRLS IN THE WORLD: THE RULES OF MEDIATED LOVE -- THE CULTURAL CONFLICT - THE ELIMINATION OF LEAH AND SETTING THE BOUNDARIES OF GLOBAL ROMANCE -- THE ETHNIC CONFLICT - THE ELIMINATION OF MARIA, THE NON-JEWISH CONTESTANT -- THE NATIONAL-IDEOLOGICAL CONFLICT - THE ELIMINATION OF NETAH, THE CONTESTANT WHO WANTS TO LIVE IN ISRAEL -- THE (APPARENT) AGE CONFLICT - MARY'S TRIUMPH -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- THE SEAL OF CULTURE IN FORMAT ADAPTATIONS: SINGING FOR A DREAM ON TURKISH TELEVISION -- TELEVISION, IDENTITY AND NATIONALISM -- THE SEMIOSPHERE THAT CONQUERS TELEVISION -- SINGING FOR A DREAM: THE REPRODUCTION OF IDENTITY -- COMMONALITIES AND CONVENTIONS -- CONTRADICTIONS AND CLASHES -- CONCLUDING COMMENTS -- REFERENCES -- THE PRAISE AND THE CRITIQUE OF A NASTY FORMAT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PUBLIC DEBATE OVER REALITY TV IN ISRAEL -- A BRIEF HISTORY OF ISRAELI TELEVISION AND REALITY TV IN ISRAEL -- A REVIEW OF THE PUBLIC DISCOURSE REGARDING REALITY TV IN ISRAEL -- CRITICISMS AND PRAISES -- CRITICISM NO.1: LACK OF AUTHENTICITY -- CRITICISM NO.2: LACK OF QUALITY AND DEARTH OF EDUCATIONAL VALUES -- CRITICISM NO.3: INVASION OF PRIVACY -- CRITICISM NO.4: DEMOLITION OF THE LOCAL TV DRAMA INDUSTRY -- CRITICISM NO.5: STEREOTYPICAL REPRESENTATION -- CRITICISM NO.6: MORAL PANIC -- PRAISE NO.1: MINIMIZATION OF DAMAGES -- PRAISE NO.2: REALITY IS A SOLUTION TO THE CRISIS IN THE TV PRODUCTION INDUSTRY -- PRAISE NO.3: REALITY TV IS ART -- CONCLUSIONS -- A SWEET END AND AN UNEXPECTED TWIST INVOLVING ACADEME AND SHOWBIZ -- REFERENCES -- SECTION IV: CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES -- PERFORMING THE NATION: A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF IDOL SHOWS IN FOUR COUNTRIES.
505 8 _aTHE CULTURAL IMPERIALISM/PLURALISM DEBATE -- GLOBALIZATION AND REALITY TELEVISION -- THE IDOL FRANCHISE IN THE UK, US, CANADA, AND ISRAEL -- METHOD -- FLAGGING THE NATION: REIFICATION AND INTEGRITY -- UTILIZING THE JUDGES: RESISTANCE AND DEFERENCE -- SUMMONING DEMOCRACY: CIVIC PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL MOBILITY -- CONCLUSION: COMMERCIAL NATIONALISM IN PRACTICE -- STUDY LIMITATIONS -- REFERENCES -- MOBILE MAKEOVERS: GLOBAL AND LOCAL LIFESTYLES AND IDENTITIES IN REALITY FORMATS -- INDUSTRY AND SOCIAL TRENDS UNDERPINNING THE RISE OF REALITY TV -- From „True Life‟ to Reality: Recent Shifts in the Televisual Landscape -- Socio-Cultural Contexts for the Reality „Turn‟ -- Regulated Realities: Consumer-Citizens and Enterprise Selves -- MAKEOVER CULTURES -- The „Makeover Takeover‟ on British Television -- US Television and the Personal Makeover Show -- Australianising the Makeover -- „Oriental Vogue‟: Hybridising Culture on Singaporean Reality TV -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- FROM REALITY TV TO COACHING TV: ELEMENTS OF THEORY AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE GENRE -- PART ONE: TOWARDS A THEORY OF REALITY TV -- Redemption of Reality? -- The Voyeur's Change -- Everyday Life and Reality TV -- Reliability of Orientation -- Developments of the Genre -- Glocalization of the Supernanny -- PART TWO: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF EDUTAINMENT PROGRAMS -- Parenting Styles and Cultural Diversity -- Democratic Ranking of TV Nannies in Five Countries -- Different Learning -- Parenting Success -- Gender Bias and Parental Divide -- Viewers' Motives in Germany and Austria -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- REALITY NATIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF THE HISTORICAL REALITY GENRE -- REALITY TV AND THE SELF -- CLASS, GENDER, RACE AND THE HISTORICAL SELF -- RE-ENACTING COLONIALISM -- RITUAL REPAIR - RITES OF FERTILITY AND SACRIFICE.
505 8 _aHISTORICAL REALITY TV AS COMMEMORATIVE MEDIA RITUAL -- REFERENCES -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX.
588 _aDescription based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
590 _aElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
650 0 _aReality television programs -- Social aspects.;Reality television programs -- Political aspects.
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