Reality television has become a worldwide phenomenon which has the capability to crossover cultural boundaries and appeal to distinctly different markets. Drawing theories from media studies, economics, cultural studies and social science, this new book reviews how reality TV has conquered the world and has the potential to remove successful dramatic genres from the prime-time lineup.
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International Journal of Communication
- Reviewed by Heather McIntosh, Notre Dame of Maryland University
International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics
- Reviewed by Steven Corbett, University of Sheffield
- Reviewed by Daniel Biltereyst
- Reviewed by David B. Green
Communication Booknotes Quarterly
- Reviewed by Chris Sterling
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