- Title Pages
- Introduction: Celebrity in the Digital Era
- 1 Tracing the Meaning of the Public Individual
- 2 Conceptualizing the Collective: The Mob, the Crowd, the Mass, and the Audience
- 3 Tools for the Analysis of the Celebrity as a Form of Cultural Power
- 4 The Cinematic Apparatus and the Construction of the Film Celebrity
- 5 Television’s Construction of the Celebrity
- 6 The Meanings of the Popular Music Celebrity: The Construction of Distinctive Authenticity
- 7 The System of Celebrity
- 8 The Embodiment of Affect in Political Culture
- Conclusion: Forms of Power/Forms of Public Subjectivity
- Coda: <i>George</i>, Celebrities, and the Shift in Political/Popular Culture
- Celebrity and Power
- University of Minnesota Press
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