Contemporary Hollywood Stardom
Thomas Austin, Martin Barker
Arnold, 2003 - Performing Arts - 300 pages
Taking account of the major developments in the field of star studies, this book explores the political economy of stardom, questions of performance, the effect on stardom of convergence between the film industry and other leisure industries, and the role of audiences. The book combines a review of current trends with case studies of individual stars enabling students and researchers to widen their knowledge of the field and explore new ways of approaching the star phenomenon.
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