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Case
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Reference no. 702-018-1
Published by: IBS Center for Management Research
Published in: 2002
Length: 10 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

The case is intended to give an insight into reality TV programming and the controversies surrounding it. It explores in detail the trends in reality TV programming and the severe criticism it received from various groups worldwide. The case also discusses the moral and ethical responsibility of TV networks and the viewers who encourage such shows. The case is so structured as to enable students to: (1) understand the evolution and genres of TV programming; (2) analyse the impact of reality TV programming on the social, moral and ethical values of the viewers; (3) examine the role of TV networks in safeguarding the ethical and moral values of society; (4) determine the role of the viewer in encouraging reality TV shows; (5) discuss the scope for balancing the need for TV ratings and with the social obligations of TV networks; and (6) examine the future of reality TV shows in the light of mounting opposition against such shows. The case is intended for MBA/PGDBM level students as a part of the ethics and social responsibility curriculum.
Location:
Other setting(s):
Late 1990s to 2001

About

Abstract

The case is intended to give an insight into reality TV programming and the controversies surrounding it. It explores in detail the trends in reality TV programming and the severe criticism it received from various groups worldwide. The case also discusses the moral and ethical responsibility of TV networks and the viewers who encourage such shows. The case is so structured as to enable students to: (1) understand the evolution and genres of TV programming; (2) analyse the impact of reality TV programming on the social, moral and ethical values of the viewers; (3) examine the role of TV networks in safeguarding the ethical and moral values of society; (4) determine the role of the viewer in encouraging reality TV shows; (5) discuss the scope for balancing the need for TV ratings and with the social obligations of TV networks; and (6) examine the future of reality TV shows in the light of mounting opposition against such shows. The case is intended for MBA/PGDBM level students as a part of the ethics and social responsibility curriculum.

Settings

Location:
Other setting(s):
Late 1990s to 2001

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