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The Ethics of Reality TV: A Philosophical Examination

edited by Wendy N. Wyatt and Kristie Bunton
New York : Continuum, c2012.
9781441189035 (pbk.), 1441189033 (pbk.), 9781441193810 (hbk.), 1441193812 (hbk.)
  • Foreword: The morality of amoral TV / James Poniewozik
  • Introduction: Reality TV matters / Wendy N. Wyatt and Kristie Bunton
  • Flourishing: reality TV and a life of ethical excellence / Christopher Meyers
  • Stereotypes: reality TV as both creator and confronter / Kristie Bunton
  • Privacy: what has reality TV got to hide? / Madeleine Shufeldt Esch
  • Cultural values: reality TV manufactures marriage / Mira K. Desai
  • Community: Reality TV reaching out / Gareth Palmer
  • Inspiration and motivation: if reality TV stars can do it, so can I / Janie Harden Fritz
  • Commercialization: the intersection of economics and ethics in reality TV / Bastiaan Vanacker
  • Deception: reality TV playing us false / Edward H. Spence
  • Democracy and discourse: how reality TV fosters citizenship / Deni Elliott
  • Exploitation: when reality TV becomes degradation TV / Wendy N. Wyatt
  • Conclusion: Reality TV conveys responsibilities / Wendy N. Wyatt and Kristie Bunton.
xi, 205 p. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [179]-190) and index.
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