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Rojek analyzes the difference between ascribed celebrity, which derives from bloodline, and achieved celebrity, which follows on from personal achievement – the difference between Princess Margaret and, say, Woody Allen. Understanding Stardom Chapter 6: You may send this chrks to up to five recipients. In contemporary society, the cult of celebrity is inescapable.

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