By Holly Peek, M. Posted in: Hot Topics , Teenagers. Meanwhile, on another cable channel, female socialites of Beverly Hills prepare for a dinner party. Almost as soon as the women arrive in their designer clothes, the wine, catty remarks and tears begin to flow. Throughout the booze-fueled dinner, the women accuse each other of spreading rumors, and the yelling and finger-pointing ensue. Reality television is a huge part of our television viewing culture. However, how do children and adolescents understand the world of reality TV? What could reality TV be teaching adolescent girls, in particular, about what is valued in the real world? And, how does it affect their attitudes, beliefs, self-image and behavior?
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Because life as a teenager is equal parts happy and sad, hilarious and tragic, we chose not to limit the below selections by genre, which means these picks range from animation to sitcoms to murder mysteries to horror. The adorable Peyton Elizabeth Lee plays the title character Andi Mack, a girl who learns that the person she thought was her older sister is actually her mother and that her mother is actually her grandmother. Fortunately, the series exhibits a deft hand at being able to handle these issues sensitively and beautifully without ever losing its sense of humor.
Worried about the affect reality TV is having on your child? But as they grow up, most parents let their kids make more independent choices about their viewing. Research indicates that some reality TV shows can be every bit as damaging for teenage girls as too many cartoons are for toddlers — perhaps even worse. A study for the Girl Scout Research Institute in the US found that eight out of ten girls aged between 11 and 17 who regularly watch reality shows believe these programmes depict real life, are unscripted and spontaneous. Many of the women on reality TV shows are acting out lives as teenage mothers, cheated-on girlfriends or scheming drama queens — the antithesis of the sort of role models we want for our daughters. Strong, hard-working, purposeful young women with ambitions beyond their looks and sex lives are rare in these programmes. There's an all-pervasive emphasis on the value of women being about how they look and dress, which gives young viewers the message that being a woman is all about style and appearance, not what you do or stand for. A report from the Parents Television Council in the US found disturbing evidence of the messages teenage girls in particular are getting from reality shows. Siddiquee does recognise, however, that many girls themselves value reality TV.