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In this article, the writer looks at the phenomenon known as reality television. The writer explains that today reality TV may be separated into different categories, namely the game show, the dating show and the talent show. Given the dramatically distinct styles and cultural discourses embodied in each show, this essay will focus on one particular form of the genre - the game show - and on the preeminent example of this form - Mark Burnett's 'Survivor'.
From the Paper:"In the summer of 2000, a little publicized CBS television program named Survivor became a popular culture phenomenon and, in the process, initiated the current dominance of the "reality TV" genre. Today reality television may be subdivided into three main categories: the game show (e.g., Survivor, The Apprentice); the dating show (e.g., The Bachelor); and the talent show (e.g., American Idol)."
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