Reality Television Negative Influences

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Reality Television Negative Influences

In today’s modern world, the influence of Reality TV has become a major problem for people in society because it makes people fail to understand what is real or not. Reality TV has been expanding its popularity to more and more people. Most Reality TV shows reality without censorship, and that can make children who are watching see sexual violence, use of illegal substances and harsh language. As a result, most people frequently think of Reality TV in terms of a bad example for their children. Moreover, some children might follow the acts that they see on Reality TV without any hesitation. It is undeniable that people have different views about whether or not Reality TV influence people in a negative
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Reality TV is a genre of television programming, which portraying ordinary people in unscripted situations and most Reality TV are for entertainment not informative. In 1948, the TV program that can be set as the first famous Reality TV show is “Candid Camera” which is about a hidden camera or practical jokes indicate ordinary people are shown in funny ways, at the end of the prank it says “Smile, You’re on Candid Camera!” (Slocum, n.d.). In 1973, the first famous family Reality TV were the American family, Louds, with their daily life, becoming a series of family in the midst of divorce together with a homosexual son (Slocum, n.d.). It drew more than 10 million views with unlike anything else on TV (Langholt, n.d.). Presently, the meaning of entertainment in Reality TV is watching an unscripted shows or reality show, and that unscripted foolishness show somehow make millions of dollars (Preston, 2012). According to Daniel Craig (Preston, 2012), one of the most famous actors, ‘You see that and you think, “What, you mean all I have to do is behave like a idiot on television and then you’ll pay me millions?” This is presented in public and plentiful audiences will understand this
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