Drawing on the emerging scholarly study of ‘Jacksonism’, a movement typified by the study of the multimodal art, political impact and cultural significance of Michael Jackson, this article deconstructs the mythological personas of the artist by exploring both his cultural deification and many subsequent attempts to degrade his deified status.
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