How does the growing popularity of the reality tv reflect on society?
It shows how completely bored they must be with their lifes and how totaly out of touch society must be getting with real reality.
yes theatre and films merely reflect changes in society
The duration of High Society - reality show - is 1200.0 seconds.
The moral decay or decadence of modern society can be readily seen in the growing popularity of pornography on the 'net, as well as in the shockingly increasing greed of many business leaders today.
Criminal law reflects power relations in the society. It is structured to reflect the preferences of those who hold high status in the society.
Actually i think society reflect on media because what's going on in your society these days media suddenly catched and made a different kind of stories.
We had chocolate decadence for dessert (chocolate cake, chocolate ice cream, with chocolate hot fudge.)
most movies with a negative view of society reflect that some people pretend that there is a problem so that they can be the ones to fix it.
country music doesnt really reflect on out society . but honestly i couldn't live without music ): music = my lifeee (:
Karl Marx argued that everything in society is secondary to economic reality.
High Society - reality show - ended on 2010-04-28.
To be a mirror in the society to reflect the daily happenings
The Holocaust did not reflect US society; it occurred in Eastern Europe, far from US soil, and was perpetrated by a completely different government.
Guarantees you popularity in modern American society.
Reality shows are marked with racial vilification, vulgar language, and human fights which negatively impact the young members of the society.
Yes, reality shows affect society by making famous some people who are completely lacking talent. They also show the world a side of society that might normally be kept hidden.
1. To what extent does the membership of Congress reflect the diversity of American society?
yes they are
Sharing reality with our nation
Literature is considered the mirror of culture in society. This means that books that are written by a society are influenced by the happenings and life in that society. These books reflect society.
Viewing reality shows changes the behavior of the viewers which in turn causes a domino effect in society thus changing how we interact with one another
Possibly. If the person is a public employee, otherwise it should reflect his or her values to their employer.
because we follow laws, they obviously form the basis for our morals and values within our society
Many societies are diverse in terms of culture and ethnic and racial heritage. The literature produced by a society can reflect the values of the groups of peoples just mentioned. Also, a society that produces a large quantity of literature can be said to be a society that is literate and open to ideas. A society that does not produce literature is most likely an ancient one with no written language.
"Living Up The Street" by Gary Soto is a collection of short stories inspired by growing up Chicano in Fresno, California. The stories reflect the thoughts and adventures of a Mexican-American child growing up in the racially diverse neighborhoods that ranged from the ideals imposed by an Anglo-dominated society to violence and criminal mischief.
The values and beliefs of their society.
it's the external reality and it have the moral and and its the mirror of society
No. Most are mindless TV.
It reflects their society because it shares a common culture with the type of painting that they draw
It does not reflect the creator's ideas about the values of the society in which the epic is written or created only the values of the society in which the epic is set.
The Egyptians style of painting is very unique and the art was about the Pharaoh, which reflected their society.
what a group of people or a society chooses to believe or learn to be the reality or the truth. If the group believes or agrees that this is the reality, it doesn't have to be the truth, It could be a myth then it is.
By showing us in a form of literature how we are or how our character is. My philosophy is some way or another your books reflect your character.
The Victoria Dahlia Society is an organization for members to learn about growing and judging dahlias.
Yes, in theory. This has never been a reality however.
Competition for power and popularity. Jelousy and levels of social class.
I would say it symbolizes the whole of the society he lives in. In the parlor, there could be "fun" things like the tv walls but in reality everything is meaningless and simply distractions from the harsh reality of his society.
They both have building systems and they both reflect the values of humanity.
He steals from the rich and gives to the poor.he relates to the average man in todays society
society growing to enjoy liberty
to keep track of their growing wealth
Society influences curriculum development because curriculum needs to be socially relevant. As society changes, curriculum changes in order to reflect those changes and make it relevant.
The consumer society was mirrored in the everyday things he painted.
futility, apperance vs. society, American dream, reality, guilt
All societies are involved in producing food.
The growing of crops
It comes in waves. If we look purely at the short term, since 2005, the US has been growing more secular, but if expand it, the US is less secular now than it was in the 1960s, because there was a strong religious revival across the world in the 1970s and the 1980s.
Classical mythology has influenced society by introducing humans to the concept of many Gods and superhuman powers..which is evident in the popularity of super-heroes in the comic book cult.
Art consistantly reflect society. To look to art is to look in the mirror. This is the only answer I have ever gotten but im pretty sure that art is superflous.