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Please review your cart. Description In recent years, the study of celebrity has developed and cohered into a flourishing field of social and cultural analysis. There is huge interest in topics such as the politics and logic of glamour; the role of the public-relations industry in manipulating television audiences; the relationship between fame and social control; and the economics of the so-called celebrity industry.
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The Politics of Jean-Francois Lyotard. The Public Communication of Science, 4-vol. Hollywood from Vietnam to Reagan. Action Research for Inclusive Education. Its Origin and Evolution’, History Today,21, Chris Rojek brings together celebrated figures from the arts, sports, politics and other public spheres, from O.
Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. Catastrophe and Celebrity Culture’, European Studies,16, The Action and Adventure Cinema. The book develops the framework for looking at celebrity culture which Rojek set out back inby showing how ascribed celebrity, achieved celebrity and celetoids overlap.
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The New Aristocracy of Fame 1. The Cinema of Michael Mann. Rojek analyzes the difference between ascribed celebrity, which derives from bloodline, and achieved celebrity, which follows on from personal achievement – the difference between Princess Margaret and, say, Woody Allen.
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