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Exploring the Boundaries of Heroes, Celebrities and Role Models after 9/11: Lessons from Shanksville
Unformatted Document Text:  Lessons from Shanksville p. 18 References Boorstin, Daniel J. (1961). The image: A guide to pseudo-events in America. New York: Atheneum. Braudy, Leo (1986). The frenzy of renown. New York: Oxford University Press. Brown, J. E. (1987). News photography and the pornography of grief. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 2(2), 75-81. Brown, W. J., & Basil, M. D. (1995). Media celebrities and public health: Responses to "Magic" Johnson’s HIV disclosure and its impact on AIDS risk and high-risk behaviors. Health Communication, 7, 345-371. Brown, W. J., Basil, M. D., & Bocarnea, M. C. (1998, July). Responding to the death of Princess Diana: Audience involvement with an international celebrity. Paper presented to the 48 th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, July 20-24, Jerusalem. Brown, W. J., Basil, M.D., & Bocarnea, M. C. (in press). The influence of famous athletes on health beliefs and practices: Mark McGwire, child abuse prevention, and androstenedione. Journal of Health Communication. Brown, W. J., & Fraser, B. P. 9 (in press). Celebrity identification in entertainment- education. In M. J. Cody, M. Sabido, A. Singhal, & E. M. Rogers (Eds.), Entertainment-education worldwide: History, research, and practice. Maywah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Brown, William J., & Basil, Michael D. (1995). Media celebrities and public health: Responses to “Magic” Johnson’s HIV disclosure and its impact on AIDS risk and high-risk behaviors. Health Communication, 7, 345-370.

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Lessons from Shanksville
p. 18
References
Boorstin, Daniel J. (1961). The image: A guide to pseudo-events in America. New York:
Atheneum.
Braudy, Leo (1986). The frenzy of renown. New York: Oxford University Press.
Brown, J. E. (1987). News photography and the pornography of grief. Journal of Mass
Media Ethics, 2(2), 75-81.
Brown, W. J., & Basil, M. D. (1995). Media celebrities and public health: Responses to
"Magic" Johnson’s HIV disclosure and its impact on AIDS risk and high-risk
behaviors. Health Communication, 7, 345-371.
Brown, W. J., Basil, M. D., & Bocarnea, M. C. (1998, July). Responding to the death of
Princess Diana: Audience involvement with an international celebrity. Paper
presented to the 48
th
Annual Conference of the International Communication
Association, July 20-24, Jerusalem.
Brown, W. J., Basil, M.D., & Bocarnea, M. C. (in press). The influence of famous
athletes on health beliefs and practices: Mark McGwire, child abuse prevention,
and androstenedione. Journal of Health Communication.
Brown, W. J., & Fraser, B. P. 9 (in press). Celebrity identification in entertainment-
education. In M. J. Cody, M. Sabido, A. Singhal, & E. M. Rogers (Eds.),
Entertainment-education worldwide: History, research, and practice. Maywah, NJ:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Brown, William J., & Basil, Michael D. (1995). Media celebrities and public health:
Responses to “Magic” Johnson’s HIV disclosure and its impact on AIDS risk and
high-risk
behaviors.
Health Communication, 7, 345-370.


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