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- Bourdieu was an extraordinarily prolific author, producing hundreds of articles and three dozen books, nearly all of which are now available in English.
- Pierre Bourdieu was the most distinguished European sociologist since Emile Durkheim and Max Weber, and made major contributions to a range of other fields.
- Pierre Bourdieu is a contemporary French sociologist who has written extensively on language and society.
- Pierre Bourdieu was born in the village of Denguin, in the Pyrénees' district of southwestern France.
- Pierre Bourdieu, the most eminent of recent French Marxists, died in 2001.
- Thus, in contrast to Marxist class analysis, Bourdieu sees fields as mediating relations between social structures and cultural life.
- This theory of social reproduction has been significantly theorised by Pierre Bourdieu.
- Bourdieu, feminism, and conceptions of social order.
- Bourdieu sees symbolic capital (e.g., prestige, honour, attention) as a crucial source of power.
- Bourdieu describes power in terms of 'symbolic capital', which comes with social position and affords prestige and leads to others paying attention to you.
- Like Marx, Bourdieu emphasizes the primacy of conflict and class-based social inequality in modern societies.
- Bourdieu proposes a sociology of symbolic power in which he addresses the important topic of relations between culture, stratification, and power.
- A more serious criticism comes from the sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, who has also written on topics such as photography, art museums, and modern literature.
- In 2001, a documentary film about Pierre Bourdieu – Sociology is a Martial Art – "became an unexpected hit in Paris.
- BOURDIEU proposes that sociology should apply the concept of class to groups of people who share a similar capital portfolio.
- The concept of agency derived by Claude Lévi-Strauss provided the foundations for structuralism and the later work of sociologists such as Pierre Bourdieu.
- Giddens is the most well-known British social scientist after Keynes and one of three masters in sociology with Bourdieu and Habermas.
- Tucker Jr., Kenneth H. 1996. Public discourse and civil society; Habermas, Bourdieu, and the new social movements.
- Bourdieu also played a considerable role as a public intellectual, taking positions on questions vital to France and to the world more generally.
- Bourdieu has argued that intellectual autonomy is at risk through the relationship between the intellectual and the world of politics.
- Bourdieu employed the concept of cultural capital to explore the differences in outcomes for students from different classes in the French education system.
- Cultural capital (le capital culturel) is a sociological concept that has gained widespread popularity since it was first articulated by Pierre Bourdieu.
- Bourdieu attempts to use the concepts of habitus and field to remove the division between the subjective and the objective.
- Bourdieu builds his theory of cultural production his own characteristic theoretical vocabulary of habitus, capital and field.
- Bourdieu thus sees habitus as the key to social reproduction because it is central to generating and regulating the practices that make up social life.
- Since they are from similar social background, the explanatory variable is not class, nor habitus (Bourdieu).
- However, Bourdieu does not disregard the importance of social capital and economic capital in the formation of cultural capital.
- These material rituals may be compared with Bourdieu 's concept of habitus, as the ISA may in a sense be compared with Foucault 's disciplinary institutions.
- The theories of Foucault, Giddens, and Bourdieu are thoroughly represented in order to enable the reader to examine their work in depth.
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