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The Resource Stardom and celebrity : a reader, [edited by Sean Redmond and Su Holmes

Stardom and celebrity : a reader, [edited by Sean Redmond and Su Holmes

Label
Stardom and celebrity : a reader
Title
Stardom and celebrity
Title remainder
a reader
Statement of responsibility
[edited by Sean Redmond and Su Holmes
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AU@
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1967-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Holmes, Su
  • Redmond, Sean
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  • Celebrities
  • Celebrities in mass media
  • Fame
Label
Stardom and celebrity : a reader, [edited by Sean Redmond and Su Holmes
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Myth Today
  • Roland Barthes
  • 'THAT-HAS-BEEN'; The Pose; The Luminous Rays, Colour; Amazement; Authentification
  • Roland Barthes
  • The Ecstasy of Communication
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • The Powerless 'Elite': Theory and Sociological Research on the Phenomenon of the Stars
  • Francesco Alberoni
  • Stars
  • Richard Dyer
  • Introduction: What's in a Reader?
  • Heavenly Bodies
  • Richard Dyer
  • Stars as a Cinematic Phenomenon
  • John Ellis
  • Re-examining Stardom: Questions of Texts, Bodies and Performance
  • Christine Geraghty
  • From Beyond Control to In Control: Investigating Drew Barrymore's Feminist Agency/Authorship
  • Rebecca Williams
  • The Emergence of the Star System in America
  • Richard deCordova
  • Sean Redmond and Su Holmes
  • The Assembly Line of Greatness: Celebrity in Twentieth-Century America
  • Joshua Gamson
  • 'Torture, Treacle, Tears and Trickery': Celebrities, 'Ordinary' People, and This is Your Life (BBC, 1955-65)
  • Su Holmes
  • Celebrity and Religion
  • Chris Rojek
  • The Dream of Acceptability
  • Leo Braudy
  • The Economy of Celebrity
  • Graeme Turner
  • The Nature of Charismatic Domination
  • Sharon Stone in a Gap Turtleneck
  • Rebecca L. Epstein
  • Who Owns Celebrity?: Privacy, Publicity and the Legal Regulation of Celebrity Images
  • Philip Drake
  • Celebrity CEOs and the Cultural Economy of Tabloid Intimacy
  • Jo Littler
  • From the Altar to the Market-Place and Back Again: Understanding Literary Celebrity
  • Wenche Ommundsen
  • The Face of Garbo
  • Roland Barthes
  • Max Weber
  • The Whiteness of Stars: Looking at Kate Winslet's Unruly White Body
  • Sean Redmond
  • The Hollywood Latina Body as Site of Social Struggle: Media Constructions of Stardom and Jennifer Lopez's "Cross-over Butt"
  • Mary C. Beltran
  • 'Ozzy Worked for Those Bleeping Doors with the Crosses on Them': The Osbournes as Social Class Narrative
  • Lisa Holderman
  • Mobile Identities, Digital Stars, and Post-Cinematic Selves
  • Mary Flanagan
  • With Stars in Their Eyes: Female Spectators and the Paradoxes of Consumption
  • Jackie Stacey
  • The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
  • A Star is Dead: A Legend is Born: Practicing Leslie Cheung's Posthumous Fandom
  • Yiman Wang
  • Doing It For Themselves? Teenage Girls, Sexuality and Fame
  • Catharine Lumby
  • Media Power: Some Hidden Dimensions
  • Nick Couldry
  • Walter Benjamin
  • The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception
  • Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer
Control code
ocn269454077
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 375 p.
Isbn
9781412923200
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)269454077
Label
Stardom and celebrity : a reader, [edited by Sean Redmond and Su Holmes
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Myth Today
  • Roland Barthes
  • 'THAT-HAS-BEEN'; The Pose; The Luminous Rays, Colour; Amazement; Authentification
  • Roland Barthes
  • The Ecstasy of Communication
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • The Powerless 'Elite': Theory and Sociological Research on the Phenomenon of the Stars
  • Francesco Alberoni
  • Stars
  • Richard Dyer
  • Introduction: What's in a Reader?
  • Heavenly Bodies
  • Richard Dyer
  • Stars as a Cinematic Phenomenon
  • John Ellis
  • Re-examining Stardom: Questions of Texts, Bodies and Performance
  • Christine Geraghty
  • From Beyond Control to In Control: Investigating Drew Barrymore's Feminist Agency/Authorship
  • Rebecca Williams
  • The Emergence of the Star System in America
  • Richard deCordova
  • Sean Redmond and Su Holmes
  • The Assembly Line of Greatness: Celebrity in Twentieth-Century America
  • Joshua Gamson
  • 'Torture, Treacle, Tears and Trickery': Celebrities, 'Ordinary' People, and This is Your Life (BBC, 1955-65)
  • Su Holmes
  • Celebrity and Religion
  • Chris Rojek
  • The Dream of Acceptability
  • Leo Braudy
  • The Economy of Celebrity
  • Graeme Turner
  • The Nature of Charismatic Domination
  • Sharon Stone in a Gap Turtleneck
  • Rebecca L. Epstein
  • Who Owns Celebrity?: Privacy, Publicity and the Legal Regulation of Celebrity Images
  • Philip Drake
  • Celebrity CEOs and the Cultural Economy of Tabloid Intimacy
  • Jo Littler
  • From the Altar to the Market-Place and Back Again: Understanding Literary Celebrity
  • Wenche Ommundsen
  • The Face of Garbo
  • Roland Barthes
  • Max Weber
  • The Whiteness of Stars: Looking at Kate Winslet's Unruly White Body
  • Sean Redmond
  • The Hollywood Latina Body as Site of Social Struggle: Media Constructions of Stardom and Jennifer Lopez's "Cross-over Butt"
  • Mary C. Beltran
  • 'Ozzy Worked for Those Bleeping Doors with the Crosses on Them': The Osbournes as Social Class Narrative
  • Lisa Holderman
  • Mobile Identities, Digital Stars, and Post-Cinematic Selves
  • Mary Flanagan
  • With Stars in Their Eyes: Female Spectators and the Paradoxes of Consumption
  • Jackie Stacey
  • The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
  • A Star is Dead: A Legend is Born: Practicing Leslie Cheung's Posthumous Fandom
  • Yiman Wang
  • Doing It For Themselves? Teenage Girls, Sexuality and Fame
  • Catharine Lumby
  • Media Power: Some Hidden Dimensions
  • Nick Couldry
  • Walter Benjamin
  • The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception
  • Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer
Control code
ocn269454077
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 375 p.
Isbn
9781412923200
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)269454077

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