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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. Ratings and Chgis 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. If We Must Die: Catastrophe and Celebrity Culture’, European Studies,16, The book gives a new emphasis to the role of the media and public relations in engineering fame, and the psychological consequences of celebrity – notably Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Celebrity Worship Syndrome.
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