Arnold Schwarzenegger and Media Spectacle By (http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/kellner/) [UCLA Bruin; 10/15/03]
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||Moreover, presidential politics -- on the level of campaigns and governing -- have also exhibited a growing politics of image and spectacle. In our media-saturated society, politicians become celebrities who fine-tune their image through daily photo ops, spin out their message of the day and, like celebrities, employ image management firms to make sure their performance is playing well with the public|
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