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实践与反思 : 反思社会学导引 = An invitation to reflexive sociology
Over the last three decades, the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu has produced one of the most imaginative and subtle bodies of social theory and research of the post war era. Yet, despite theExpand
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Deadly Symbiosis
To explain the astounding over-representation of blacks behind bars that has driven mass imprisonment in the United States, one must break out of the `crime-and-punishment' paradigm to reckon theExpand
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Towards a Reflexive Sociology: A Workshop with Pierre Bourdieu
Over the last two decades, the work of French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu has emerged as one of the most innovative, wide-ranging, and influential bodies of theories and research in contemporaryExpand
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Rethinking the state: Genesis and structure of the bureaucratic field
Tenter de penser l'Etat, c'est courir le risque d'appliquer des categories de pensee produites par l'Etat lui-meme et de meconnaitre sa verite profonde. Pour etayer sa proposition, l'A. tente deExpand
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Territorial Stigmatization in the Age of Advanced Marginality
The comparative sociology of the structure, dynamics, and experience of urban relegation in the United States and the European Union during the past three decades reveals the emergence of a newExpand
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Three steps to a historical anthropology of actually existing neoliberalism
The anthropology of neoliberalism has become polarised between a hegemonic economic model anchored by variants of market rule and an insurgent approach fuelled by derivations of the FoucaultianExpand
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On the Cunning of Imperialist Reason
This article poses the question of the social and intellectual conditions for genuine social scientific internationalism, through an analysis of the worldwide spread of a new global vulgate resultingExpand
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The Rise of Advanced Marginality: Notes on its Nature and Implications
The resurgence of extreme poverty and destitution, ethnoracial divisions (linked to the colonial past) and public violence, and their accumulation in the same distressed urban areas, suggest that theExpand
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