How do you explain the rise in "fame" culture?
Kind of commercial culture. The media are inciting people that only famous people can be happy.
It's stupid actually. People getting famous just for nothing. I mean, they just post their videos, doing something stupid, and people thinks it's funny, and next thing you know, it had went viral! While so many great talent are stay hidden. I mean, c'mon! It's just cr*p, people!!! Go and watch the real art for God sake.
some culture become rise and famous because the people inside always do it and keep it . they like and proud with their culture , so that's why the culture can be famous.
I don't think so there is fame in culture. All cultures have its own fame for the society them selves.
I explain it simply as the end result of the 700 cable universe, got to fill all those channels with something.
Also, vapid is easy and cheap.
Its for stupid greedy people with no access to ideas worth having.
We have always been fascinated by celebrity since the beginning of time. Now, with Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets the difference is that we have full access to celebrities 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Everyone wants to be noticed. We have a media culture that echoes this. However usually that means everything gets dumbed down and what is reflected on the TV part of the media is people who are famous for being on TV.
Being noticed can help with having more opportunities in work and in life. It can also be quite destructive in excess as it also allows some people to act as if there were no consequences to what they do.
There are always consequences and that includes unintended ones.
Being well know as being good at what you do is a better thing. That is fame of a sort and seems more like a reward for doing well.
Historically, there is no rise. Humans have always pursued fame/fortune for the power they bring, and have had a fascination with people who have achieved them in part due to the idea of upward mobility.
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