Disappearance of the truth and realism in television criticism

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 5 (3):191 – 202 (1990)

Abstract
Truth and realism have effectively disappeared as critical standards in American television criticism. McConnell researched writings in this area to find what little has been said about truth and realism since 1983. He theorizes that a closed ideological hegemony that is American television makes objective truth uncomfortable, leading to disappearance of truth and realism as a critical standard.
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