TV Talk Show as a Form of Contemporary (Pseudo) Public Sphere
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In the last 20 years, talk shows have become one of the most popular television genres. The various forms and formats of this type of program have created a new platform for public debate on various topics, from very trivial and very personal to important issues of public life. Talk shows have thus become a new form of public sphere. This paper attempts to examine how television talk shows create a public debate, and the impact they have on individuals as well as on our entire social and political life.
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