Mark Andrejevic

Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Iowa

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Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Iowa and author of Reality TV: The Work of Being Watched

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In a 13-part reality series scheduled to begin in September, 40 children were challenged to create their own society, without adults, in a New Mexico ghost town.

'Lord of the Flies' in 'Kid Nation'

In a 13-part reality series scheduled to begin in September, 40 children were challenged to create their own society, without adults, in a New Mexico ghost town.

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