Groups on Reality TV
A group is a collection of individuals who interact, occupy roles, and cooperate to accomplish a goal. Some groups are carefully planned, others are more ad hoc. One interesting way of observing group dynamics is on reality TV. One of the main reasons so many people watch reality TV is because of our fascination with group dynamics. Reality shows often work by putting a bunch of strangers in a situation together and forcing them to interact as a group, as on Big Brother or Survivor.
Other reality shows work by fabricating a tense public situation or conflict that requires a bunch of strangers to figure out how to work together. Strangers must quickly decide how to solve a problem, who will take a leadership role, etc. For instance, in the show “What Would You Do?” the producers use actors to create public scenes that force strangers in the vicinity to collaborate and react:
This is an example video, Please find another one. Such as Big Brother or Survivor or others.