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Using the Black Themed Reality Television (BTRT) show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHoA) as a medium, the purpose of this study was to understand the degree in which Black men and women perceive realism while watching RHoA. By employing racial identity and perceived realism scales as variables, the researcher sought to determine the degree in which racial identity levels contributed to a difference in perceived realism from each gender. After watching a full episode of RHoA, 36 women and 20doi:10.57709/7035157 fatcat:fc5prkccbreulgojbxralxg5ku