The Celebrity Culture Reader

The Celebrity Culture Reader P. Da Marshall
  • Title: The Celebrity Culture Reader
  • Author: P. Da Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780415337922
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Celebrity Culture Reader P. Da Marshall The Celebrity Culture Reader The Celebrity Culture Reader examines the proliferation of the study of celebrity over the last two decades and the significance and importance of celebrity in contemporary culture
    The Celebrity Culture Reader examines the proliferation of the study of celebrity over the last two decades, and the significance and importance of celebrity in contemporary culture.
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    1. This is a huge, huge, huge book that could probably have been 1 4 as long It took me a long time to finish because the farther away I get from being an undergrad, the less tolerance I have for Freudianism, postmodernist deconstruction, classical readings, and other intellectually questionable styles of writing I m interested in looking at cultural studies through psychological or sociological spectrums, not through some sort of irreproducible vacuous Foucaultian analysis There were some good es [...]

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    2. This collection required some serious editing in terms of size simply put, it is too long and too unfocused to appropriately draw in a reader for its entirety, even if someone needed to consider this collection for academic research Having said that, parts of this book provide some of the deepest, most terrific analyses of celebrity culture, the creation of celebrity, idolization, and Personal favorites included the works by Dyer, Gamson, Rojek, and Marshall himself Worth reading as a survey of [...]

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    3. I have finally, eventually finished this massive book, which has taken me around two years If you would like to read about different theories about popular culture and how the celebrity fits into it, this is the book for you From pieces about personality rights, genderisation, value, and authenticism, to biographies and musings on what makes a celebrity, this is the book for you.

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