Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary: Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre

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Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary : Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre. / Jerslev, Anne; Mortensen, Mette.

I: International Journal of Cultural Studies, Bind 17, Nr. 6, 01.11.2014, s. 619-636.

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Jerslev, A & Mortensen, M 2014, 'Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary: Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre', International Journal of Cultural Studies, bind 17, nr. 6, s. 619-636. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367877913503425

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Jerslev, A., & Mortensen, M. (2014). Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary: Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 17(6), 619-636. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367877913503425

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Jerslev A, Mortensen M. Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary: Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 2014 nov 1;17(6):619-636. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367877913503425

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Jerslev, Anne ; Mortensen, Mette. / Taking the Extra out of the Extraordinary : Paparazzi photography as an online celebrity news genre. I: International Journal of Cultural Studies. 2014 ; Bind 17, Nr. 6. s. 619-636.

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