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By Nahuel Ribke

Exploring the transition of celebrities into institutional-electoral politics, the e-book argues that many insights constructed via style theorists will be hugely instrumental to appreciate the fame politics phenomenon. It analyzes the ancient and cultural specificity of famous person politics because it advanced via diversified international locations and cultures.

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The top four places on Lieberman’s list were reserved for male politicians, two of them former high-ranking military officers with experience in public posts linked to the defence establishment; seats No. 6 and No. 9 on the list were granted to the two former models. It should be noted that recruiting media celebrities is not the exclusive practice of right-wing parties in Israeli politics. Shrunken centrist and centre-left parties have drafted charismatic journalists to augment their dwindling ranks.

Network sponsors and public officials are concerned about his ability to do battle for the common people from within the mass media industry without alienating media owners. Marketing advisors question his ability to expose the problems of the real world without estranging or even boring his audience. Senior network executives are reluctant to risk launching a new superhero when the ‘classic’ model of military hero, despite its obvious shortcomings and previous failures, still works. Yair Lapid, Israel’s Minister of Finance, actually shares many of the personal features and problems of the mass media superhero idealized in that fictional secret meeting.

The first and the most obvious is the fact that they seem to be totally divested of a sense of compunction or uneasiness regarding the use of their privileged position in the media to advance the political career of a family member. The second characteristic is, that whilst Tomi Lapid had declared virtually all politicians as playing in two different fields – the public and the private – the Lapid family seems to be playing on three different stages: the private sphere, their media personas as individuals, and their mass media familial entity, as it is constructed through the different media on which they appear.

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