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Essay | The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Media Influence on Celebrity

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Media Influence on Celebrity

Summary: The media affects our perception of celebrity in many different ways. Television leaves us with a visual impact, newspapers slant the written word, and magazines either glamorize or deconstruct celebrities.
The media affects our perception of celebrity in many different ways. For instance, it does so through television by leaving us with a visual impact. It also affects our perception through the newspaper by slanting the written word. Also our perceptions are affected through magazines, either glamorizing or deconstructing the celebrities. The media can really make or break a celebrity.

First, television leaves us with a visual impact. Through visual presentation the media "shows" what they want a person to see. This can make things appear better or worse depending on what the perception is. Visualization also reinforces a point since pictures sometimes speak louder than words. An example that comes to mind is the famous Britney Spears and Madonna kiss on the MTV Video Music Awards. In my opinion this situation was to create a shock factor. These...

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