qThis book charts the way Lady Gaga manages the celebrity persona in her relationships with her fans, the development of her gender identity, her parodying of other celebrities, and her navigation of the legal and economic system that make up the music industry. For Gaga, treating celebrity as performance art means living the persona 24 hours a dayq--Richard J. Gray II (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011), 47. 59. ... Don Waisanen, aA Citizena#39;s Guide to Democracy Inaction: Jon Stewarta#39;s and Stephen Colberta#39;s Comic Rhetorical Criticism, a Southern Communication Journal 74, no. ... Derek Blasberg, aWhata#39;s Next: Take Lady Gagaa#39;s Lead This Summer and Sharpen Your Fashion Edge with Sleek Dresses, Strong Colors, and Take-No-Prisoners Accessories, a Harpera#39;s ... Lisa Robinson, aIn Lady Gagaa#39;s Wake, a Vanity Fair, January 2012, 54.
|Title||:||Lady Gaga and the Remaking of Celebrity Culture|
|Author||:||Amber L. Davisson|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2013-07-25|