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Professor Chris Rojek discusses celebrity culture and explains the differences among ascribed celebrities, achieved celebrities, and celetoids. Rojek says celebrities have grown in prominence in Western society because they begun to replace religion. He also points out a growing trend of people who seek to gain celebrity via notoriety, often times killing prominent people or many people to attain the fame they desire.

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