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sally

Oh now that is one for my wish list!

David Derbyshire

As a teacher of Psychology I teach a section on media psychology and one of the componants is "celebrity worship". Though this looks like it is more from a theological/sociological persepctive it could prove to be a useful reference. Thanks.

Phil Wood

I'm not quite sure how far to go in acquitting the cult of celebrity on a charge of trashiness but Pete Ward makes a good point in highlighting para-religion and the collapse of transcendence. In the absence of God we are presented with a pantheon of minor deities.

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