9th October 2007
Alright, so I'll just come out with it as it is. I've got an assignment for psychology class in which I have to analyze a reality show (at least two episodes) and the role of social psychology in it.
I was wondering if anyone could help me and recommend some reality show that is somewhat fun to watch (I really hate those shows normally, except The Osbournes, that one was pretty entertaining) and where there's clear competitiveness or whatever. According to the teacher, it has to be one where there's a bunch of people that originally don't know each other (as opposed to The Osbournes, since they're all family) in a specific (prefixed?) environment.
Now, as to create some convo-material, how about we discuss social psychology? I would love some more insight because I really don't know much what to do and I have even less motivation since I've got two other papers due same day as this and whatnot.
EDIT: I was thinking... What's the name of that show with people in an island?
24th October 2007
Survivor. I don't really like the show, but it's one of the better ones if you want to do analysis of social psychology. Some of the people on it are crazy as shit. :P
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26th May 2003
You might also try Castaway. No, not that one. This one https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castaway_2000
7th December 2003
Maybe it is a trick assignment? The only way to win is not to play.
27th July 2004
I recommend Kitchen Nightmares, either UK or US edition, it'll give you somemindset varieties, and it's fun to watch, at least for me. Try to sneak in the Amy's Baking Company episode, you want crazy, those people have truckloads of social ignorance :p