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paparazzification

noun; derivation
Apparent meaning: the act of capturing people’s personal life with cameras. Reason used: people who lived in spotlights are commonly chased down by paparazzis. Due to the incidents in recent years such as Princess Diana’s death, “paparazzi” became the negative terms to a lot of famous people whose private life are being haunted by cameras. “paparazzification” is used to describe the process of capture other people’s life.
 
Context and source: “A lot of actors and actresses modern days are actually not happy living in the spotlight, they are victims of paparazzification”.
Etymology : Analysis: ‘paparazzi, camera’ (paparazzi from Italian) + ‘the process of capturing’ (-zation)
Source : reading about the movie “Paparazzi”)
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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