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?
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Many teens dream of getting a good education, finding jobs they love, getting married, and having families -- but many also have concerns about realizing those dreams. Teens understand that while higher education is no firm guarantee of success, it is one key to landing a job they enjoy and find fulfilling. Teens' dreams are peppered with a good deal of pragmatism. Teens seem to be paying attention when adults talk about tough economic times and are aware of the rising expenses associated with going to college. Teens have good reason for concern. The price of a college education has been spiraling upward for decades and may be moving out of reach for middle-class families who feel they cannot take on additional debt. One teen sums up a theme running through many of the responses: "My parents do not have the money and I will not qualify for scholarships. Teens also know that the academic competition gets tougher every year. With increasing numbers of high school graduates heading to college, it is increasingly difficult for students to get into their top choice.