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Reality TV viewers expect a naturalistic environment in which relatively ordinary people interact with each other. However, much of reality TV is contrived by producers, and the extent to which they manipulate it can shape viewer responses. Findings will inform scholarship on reality TV, creative geography, and spatial presence.

Publication Date

9-6-2012

Disciplines

Communication | Mass Communication | Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Student Researchers: Jeffery Allen; Kara Rader with Matt Egizii; Alex Farmer; Seth Kopchu

Faculty Advisors: Kimberly Neuendorf, Ph.D.; Paul Skalski, Ph.D.

A Study on How Creative Geography Affects Spatial Presence :FR:AMES (Film Research: Advanced Methods for Empirical Study)

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