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Reality television has become a dominant genre and includes programmes that feature first person accounts from ordinary members of the public of biographical events, and participation in games of self-transformation, make-over and involvement in ‘journeys’ of self-exploration. Skeggs and Wood argue convincingly that the identity and ethical scenarios constructed in these programmes do substantiate the hypothesised shift in public life to what Lauren Berlant (2000) calls ‘intimate citizenship’. Citizens are required to perform ‘extraordinary subjectivity’ and, in general, the identity performances show the kind of self-authorising and ‘religion of me’ features diagnosed in contemporary social theory.
When and in what contexts do individualised narratives work, seem appropriate, valuable and normatively encouraged? The final chapter in Part III from Beverley Skeggs and Helen Wood reports on an innovative study of the identity scenarios found in reality television and the affect, evaluation and judgements they incite in groups of women viewing these programmes. Reality television has become a dominant genre and includes programmes that feature first person accounts from ordinary members of the public of biographical events, and participation in games of self-transformation, make-over and involvement in ‘journeys’ of self-exploration.
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