Table of contents for Reality TV : remaking television culture / edited by Susan Murray and Laurie Ouellette.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
Laurie Ouellette and Susan Murray
Part I: Genre 29
1 "Stanley Milgram, Allen Funt, and Me": Cold War Social
 Science and the Roots of Reality TV" 30
Anna McCarthy
2 "I Think We Need a New Name for It": The Meeting of
 Documentary and Reality Television 67
Susan Murray
3 Teaching Us to Fake it: The Ritualized Norms of TV's Reality
 Games 96
Nick Couldry
4 "Expect the Unexpected": Narrative Pleasure and Uncertainty
 Due to Chance in Survivor 128
Mary Beth Haralovich and Michael W. Trosset
5 Extraordinarily Ordinary: The Osbournes as "An American
 Family" 169
Derek Kompare
Part II: Industry 205
6 The Political Economic Origins of Reali- TV 206
Chad Raphael
7 The End of TV 101: Reality Programs, Formats, and the New
 Business of Television 238
Ted Magder 
8 Court TV: The Evolution of a Reality Style 272
Chuck Kleinhans and Rick Morris
Part III: Cultural Politics 304
9 Country Hicks and Urban Cliques: Mediating Race, Reality,
 and Liberalism MTV's The Real World 305
John Kraszewski
10 What do Women Watch? Tuning in to the Compulsory
 Heterosexuality Channel 336
Jennifer Maher 
11 Aliens, Nomads, Mad Dogs and Road Warriors: The Changing
 Face of Criminal Violence on TV 367
Elayne Rapping
12 "Take Responsibility for Yourself": Neoliberalism,
 Citizenship, and Reality Television
Laurie Ouellette 396
13 See You in Hell, Johnny Bravo! 432
Jeffrey Sconce
Part IV: Reception 462
14 Got to Be Real: Mediating Gayness on Survivor 463
Kathleen LeBesco
15 The Meaning of Real Life 492
Justin Lewis
16 "Kiss Me Kat": Shakespeare, Big Brother and the Taming of
 the Self 522
John Hartley 
17 Jamming Big Brother: Webcasting, Audience Intervention, and
 Narrative Activism 559
Pamela Wilson
About the Contributors 596
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Reality television programs United States