Value and television aesthetics

Goode, Ian
March 2003
Screen;Spring2003, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p106
Academic Journal
Examines the incorporation of documentaries and aesthetics in the making of the television program 'Big Brother' in Great Britain. Quality of the television program; Appeal of the show on the audiences; Comments on the qualities of the medium of the show.


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