Celebrities

Celebrities I nutidens mediekultur er en celebrity typisk en berømt person, som via medierne er kendt for en kombination af sin personlighed og sin profession. Det kan være inden for fx politik og erhvervsliv, kunst og kultur, sport og videnskab. Man kan opdele celebrities og deres berømmelse i tre typer (Rojek 2001): 1) Den tilskrevne […]

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Supplerende læsning

Dyer 1979, Haastrup 2018, Haastrup 2017, Marwick 2015, Rojek 2001

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