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OPENS Living Room: “What do Reality Programs Teach Us?”

14. mart 2019. Promenada, podzemni nivo

Why are reality programs so popular in our society? Is the audience really full of reality programs or is it still hungry for this content? Who are the most numerous audiences of reality programs, and do young people watch it? Are people uncomfortable to admit that they watch reality programs?

These are just a first few questions at the beginning of thinking or discussion about reality programs. Regardless of whether we support broadcasting of this content or its participants, we have to admit that this phenomenon is often the topic of different daily discussions, debates, texts, columns… The majority takes different opinions regarding this topic, defends or judges what reality programmes offer or cause.

Who is the majority of the audience and are young people part of it? How are the contents of these programs attractive for certain target and age groups, and how and does their broadcasting influences young people, formation of their values, opinions and beliefs?

According to a definition, reality programs show the scenes from the real lives of people: their customs, behaviours, clothing, intelligence, opinions etc.

To what extent are the situations shown real and everyday situations for “a regular man”?

The discussion about the topic “What do reality programs teach us?” will be organised at Promenda (at underground level -1, rest corner next to Win Win) on 14 March from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The speakers at the discussion are:

Filip Đorđević – BA in Psychology, psychological counsellor, psychotherapist of transactional analysis (in education), founder of “Đorđević” Psychological Counselling in Novi Sad.

Sanja Stanković – MA in Sociology, psychotherapist of transactional analysis, founder of the “Love Makes Us Grow” skill development centre in Novi Sad.

Alisa Rapajić – student of BA studies of journalism in Novi Sad.

Find more information HERE.