Reality Shows Are Scripted
Have No Morals or Values
Instructor: Steve McKenna
April 16, 2011
What I intend to argue in my paper is the fact that reality television shows are indeed staged and don’t care about morals or values. Although everything that happens on these shows is not staged the main point of the show is. None of the reality shows show everything that happens; they cut out what they don’t want and keep what they do want. Most of what they keep is what will keep the attention of their audience (drama). Reality shows are made for ratings and entertainment. People who enter reality television shows or doing it for personal gain in some way are another. The reason I say this is because there is no real ethics are values in any of those shows. People get on those shows just for the money and/or for those fifteen minutes of fame they don’t care that they have to make themselves stupid or go against their morals and values. It’s just an easy way to get attention. The shows themselves are not really reality they all have some type of script. Most of the reality shows today are about partying and fighting there is just know real meaning behind them. They stay dramatized to hold the attention of its audience, the world is filled with people who have their own drama to deal with but they rather watch someone else drama. For some people reality television is just a way for people to become famous. Some say that the people that are on these shows have a lack of interest in personal honor. The kind of people that these shows look for are people who are willing to do whatever to make a buck. Let’s face it the world today is all about making that almighty dollar. So, it would be pointless for those “Money makers” not to do it for the ratings. Of course the show is not scripted just the backbone of the show is. When I say the backbone I am talking about what the show is to be about. The writers of the shows come up with how they...
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