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BIG BROTHER OF CHRISTMAS ISLAND : (AT, Mathew Kelley, 1999)
Big Brother rises like Lazarus
Encore (November 2012) p.34-6 More info
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BIG BROTHER [TV] : (AT, 2001)
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BIG BROTHER [TV] : (AT, 2001)
Billion dollar game : how three men risked it all and changed the face of television / Peter Bazalgette
London: Time Warner, 2005.
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DAI SI HING : (HK, Kam Ka-Wai , 2018)
Documentary screens : non-fiction film and television / Keith Beattie
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Call No: 761 BEA Author: Beattie, Keith Source: UK Place: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 276 p ; 21cm Subject: DOCUMENTARY FILMS; DOCUMENTARY DRAMAS; AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN FILM; IMPERIALISM AND THE CINEMA; CINEMA VERITE; CINEMA-DIRECT; JOURNALISTS, FILM; POPULAR CULTURE AND TV; REALITY TV; TABLOID JOURNALISM; POPULAR CULTURE AND THE CINEMA; AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION; BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION; COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM; NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA; NATIONAL INDIGENOUS DOCUMENTARY FUND; NBC TELEVISION NETWORK; PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE; NETWORK TEN; VIDEODISCS; GRANADA; IMAX; INDEPENDENT TELEVISION COMMISSION; INTERACTIVE TV; MUSIC TELEVISION; TELEVISION JOURNALISTS; BUERK, MICHEAL; CAVADINI, ALESSANDRO; DE ANTONIO, EMILE; DREW, ROBERT; DYLAN, BOB; FLAHERTY, ROBERT; GRIERSON, JOHN; LEACOCK, RICHARD; LORENTZ, PARE; MAYSLES, ALBERT; MAYSLES, DAVID; MCELWEE, ROSS; MOORE, MICHAEL; MORIN, EDGAR; O'ROURKE, DENNIS; PENNEBAKER, D. A.; PILGER, JOHN; ROUCH, JEAN; RUTTMAN, WALTER; TAJIRI, REA; VERTOV, DZIGA; ATOMIC CAFE, THE (US, Kevin Rafferty & Jane Loader & Pierce Rafferty, 1982); CHEQUER-BOARD [TV] (AT, 1969-1975); FOUR CORNERS [TV] (AT, 1961-); BRONENOSETS POTEMKIN [BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1925); BERLIN DIE SINFONIE DER GROSSTADT (G, Walter Ruttman, 1927); BIG BROTHER [TV] (AT, 2001); BIGGIE AND TUPAC (US, Nick Broomfield, 2001); BILL, THE [TV] (UK, 1984-); BIRTH OF A NATION, THE (US, David Wark Griffith, 1915); BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE (US/CA, Michael Moore, 2002); BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB (GG/US, Wim Wenders, 1999); CAMBODIA: YEAR ZERO (AT, John Pilger, 1989); CANE TOADS : AN UNNATURAL HISTORY (AT, Mark Lewis, 1987); CANNIBAL TOURS (AT, Dennis O' Rourke, 1987); CATHY COME HOME (UK, Ken Loach, 1966); CHRONIQUE D' UN ETE (FR, Jean Rouch & Edgar Morin, 1961); COPS AND ROBBERSONS (US, Michael Ritchie, 1994); CROCODILE DUNDEE (AT, Peter Faiman, 1986); CUNNAMULLA (AT, Dennis O'Rourke, 2000); DEATH OF A PRINCESS [TV] (UK/US/NZ/AT/NE, Antony Thomas, 1980); DISMISSAL, THE [TV] (AT, George T. Miller & others, 1983); DON'T LOOK BACK (US, D.A. Pennebaker, 1967); GOOD WOMAN OF BANGKOK, THE (AT, Dennis O'Rourke, 1991); LIFE AND TIMES OF ROSIE THE RIVETER, THE (US, Connie Field, 1980); MABO: LIFE OF AN ISLAND MAN (AT, Trevor Graham, 1997); CELOVEK S KINOAPPARATOM (UR, Dziga Vertov, 1929); MONTEREY POP (US, D. A. Pennebaker, 1968); NANOOK OF THE NORTH (US, Robert Flaherty, 1922); POLICE STATE (AT, Chris Noonan, 1989); SYLVANIA WATERS [TV] (AT, Brian Hill & Kate Woods, 1993); WALKING WITH DINOSAURS[TV] (UK, 1999); WAR GAME, THE (UK, Peter Watkins, 1966) Summary: Documentary Screens is a comprehensive and critical examination of the formal features and histories of central categories of documentary film and television. Among the categories examined are autobiographical, indigenous and ethnographic documentary, compilation films, direct cinema and cinema verite and television documentary journalism. The book also considers recent so called popular factual entertainment and the future of documentary film, television and new media. [Taken from back cover]. ISBN: 033374117X URL status: URL: 'http://-'
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Is manipulation within the construct of reality television ethical? / Cheryl-Anne Whitlock
Wollongong, NSW: University of Wollongong, 2012.
Call No: 461.25 WHI Author: Cheryl-Anne Whitlock CorpAuthor: University of Wollongong - School of Creative Arts Source: AT Place: Wollongong, NSW Publisher: University of Wollongong PubDate: 2012 PhysDes: xii, 297 leaves ; 30cm Subject: REALITY TV; REALITY TV. AUSTRALIA; BIG BROTHER [TV]; BIG BROTHER [TV] (AT, 2001); BIG BROTHER UNCUT [TV] (AT, 2001-); AUSTRALIAN IDOL [TV] (AT, 2003-) Summary: "The main purpose of the thesis is to determine to what extent duty of care is extended to reality television participants, to what extent elements of reality television programming are manipulated and whether those manipulations are ethical. Program participants are encouraged to be their ‘real’ and authentic selves, yet reality programming itself is often so extensively manipulated that the genre renders its own output inauthentic, thus compromising participants’ contributions and casting their performance in the same false light. Despite this, reality television continues to be promoted and marketed as representative of the real, despite evidence to the contrary and accusations that the generic term is a falsehood. This research employed a methodology combining textual analysis with a mixed method study. Input was sought from scholars and psychologists from the United States of America (US), Australia and the United Kingdom (UK). The research revealed that almost every stakeholder in the genre manipulated other stakeholders in a cannibalistic and parasitic business model. It was found that some manipulations were considered necessary, while others were even deemed ethical when situated in Kantian moral philosophy. Some manipulations were considered blatantly unethical when viewed through the same prism in the context of stakeholders using others to serve their own ends. It was also found that a range of important production processes were not standardised and this lack of standardisation allowed for the use of duplicitous production methods. The research process also uncovered that between 1994 and 2011, 20 former reality television participants reportedly committed suicide following their contribution to a reality program. The psychological effects of participation in this programming has not been measured in any meaningful way and there is a considerable push from consulting psychologists to monitor participants for a year following their filmed participation to study the psychological effects of taking part." -- FROM THESIS ABSTRACT. Notes: Thesis -- ring bound -- includes abstract - incudes table of contents -- includes bibliography -- includes list of abbreviations - includes appendeces Language: EN Contents: Prologue -- Literature review -- Television in practice -- Methodology -- Results -- Case studies -- Discussion and conclusions More info
Reality TV : Remaking television culture / Susan Murray (ed.) / Laurie Ouellette (ed.)
London: New York University Press, 2004.
Call No: 76:759 REA Author: Susan Murray (ed.); Laurie Ouellette (ed.) Place: New York; London Publisher: New York University Press PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 23 cm ; 358 p Subject: REALITY SHOWS, TV. AUSTRALIA; DOCUMENTARIES; GAMES SHOWS; PROGRAMME GENRES; OSBOURNES, THE [TV] (US, 2002-); WOMEN AND TV; VIOLENCE ON TV; BIG BROTHER [TV] (AT, 2001) Summary: Beginning by unearthing its historical roots in early reality shows like Candid Camera and wending its way through An American Family, Cops and The Real World to the most recent crop of reality programs, Reality TV is the first book to address the economic, visual, cultural, and audience dimensions of reality television. The essays provide a complex and comprehensive picture of how and why this genre emerged, what it means, how it differs from earlier television programming, and how it engages societies, industries, and individuals. Topics range from the construction of televisual “reality” to the hanging face of criminal violence on TV, to issues of surveillance, taste, and social control. By spanning reality television’s origins in the late 1940s to its current overwhelming popularity, Reality TV demonstrates both the tenacity of the format and its enduring ability to speak to our changing political and social desires and anxieties. [Taken from the back cover]. ISBN: 0814756883 More info
TV land : Australia’s obsession with reality television / Kerrie Murphy
Milton, Qld: John Wiley & Sons,, 2006.
Upping the ante : Survivor and Big Brother and the televisual triumph of the reality game show / Sophie Alexiadis
Call No: 76:759.5 ALE Author: Sophie Alexiadis Place: Melbourne PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: 185 p ; 30 cm Subject: REALITY SHOWS, TV. AUSTRALIA; BIG BROTHER [TV] (AT, 2001); GAMES SHOWS; GAMES SHOWS. AUSTRALIA; PROGRAMME GENRES; AESTHETICS Summary: This thesis conducts a formal analysis of the ways in which phenomenal television successes Survivor and Big Brother are situated in histories of dcumentary, reality television and game shows; and how they may indicate a broader change in television production aesthetics and viewing practices for the new millenium. Historically, the reality game shows Survivor and Big Brother can be seen as belonging to and perpetuating a form which commenced with the first television broadcasts: the game show genre. Yet, with hybridized formats incorporating elements of news, soap opera, talk shows or fly-on-the-wall documentaries, these recent shows exploit the latest television technology. How shows such as Survivor and Big Brother expand or subvert the game show genre is, therefore, central to this thesis. [Taken from thesis summary]. Notes: RMIT masters thesis More info
What about me? Identity, subjectivity and reality TV participation / by Winnie Salamon
Call No: 76:759 SAL Author: Salamon, Winnie Source: AT Place: Melbourne PubDate: 2010 PhysDes: 275 leaves, bound ; 30 cm Subject: PERSONALITIES ON TV; PERSONALITIES ON TV. AUSTRALIA; POPULAR CULTURE AND TV; POPULAR CULTURE AND TV. AUSTRALIA; REALITY "SHOWS"; REALITY SHOWS, TV. AUSTRALIA; REALITY SHOWS. AUSTRALIA; REALITY TV; REALITY TV. AUSTRALIA; RESEARCH TV; TELEVISION; AUSTRALIAN IDOL [TV] (AT, 2003-); BIG BROTHER (AT, 2001); BIG BROTHER [TV]; BIG BROTHER [TV] (AT, 2001); BIG BROTHER UNCUT [TV] (AT, 2001-); BIGGEST LOSER, THE [TV] (AT, 2006) Summary: "This thesis examines first person accounts of former reality television participants who have appeared on Australian versions of Big Brother, Australian Idol and The Biggest Loser. While scholars have researched audience responses to a wide range of reality shows, little research has been conducted on the participants themselves. My qualitative research study involving 15 semi-structed one-on-one interviews with reality TV participants addresses this gap, using these accounts to explore broader issues surrounding late modern identity and subjectivity" -- ABSTRACT Notes: Typescript; Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Melbourne, School of Culture and Communication, 2011; Includes bibliographical references Contents: -- acknowledgments -- introduction -- chapter one: reality tv and our collective selves: a history and review of the literature -- chapter two: qualitative research and reflexivity: interviewing through an ethnographic gaze -- chapter three: 'there's no reality in reality tv': performing the real in a 'reality flavoured' universe -- chapter four: what about me? reality tv and the self-governed citizen -- chapter five: brand new world: reality tv and the branded human -- chapter six: reality is a bitch: expectations and disappointments in reality tv -- chapter seven: hijacking the branded self: reality tv and the politics of subversion -- conclusion -- appendix 1: the interviewees -- appendix 2: interview questions -- bibliography -- More info