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But this is to ignore the changing aspects of the public sphere, where important civil discourses are being challenged, discussed and debated via the bodies of celebrities. Celebrities do not represent the triumph of the ordinary; rather, they represent the possibility of popular representations concerning private/ ordinary matters in a sphere long dominated by outdated models of civility. See also: Dumbing down, Identification, Star/stardom, Subjectivity Further reading: Braudy (1986); Gamson (1994); Lumby (1999a); Turner et al.
Its importance was that it took creativity into areas of the economy that were not traditionally understood as having any creative ‘content’, such as banking, education, health, etc. As these service industries went online, they needed to harness the design flair, the information architecture and the interactive techniques that communication design had pioneered in such leisure areas as computer games and entertainment websites. CONNECTIVITY The use of communication technologies for interaction, and a society so characterised.
As with the story of IBM, our social connectivity may at times require intervention in the form of regulation and laws in order to be resolved. See also: Internet, Network society 36 CONSUMER SOVEREIGNTY CONSUMER SOVEREIGNTY Rule by consumption. The citizen and the consumer have largely been pitted against each other in discussions of competition policy and deregulation over the past decade. Citizenship is the framework for membership within a political community, providing us with entitlements as members and requiring that we maintain a level of participation within that community in order to sustain it.