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Forms of Capital
The text is devoted to the cultural capital (and its three main states: incorporation, objectification, institutionalization) and social capital. The author analyzes the issues of transfer andExpand
Outline of a theory of practice
Pierre Bourdieu develops a theory of practice which is simultaneously a critique of the methods and postures of social science and a general account of how human action should be understood, able to transcend the dichotomies which have shaped theoretical thinking about the social world. Expand
Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste
Preface to the English-Language Edition Introduction PART I A SOCIAL CRITIQUE OF THE JUDGEMENT OF TASTE 1. The Aristocracy of Culture The Titles of Cultural Nobility Cultural Pedigree PART II THEExpand
Language and Symbolic Power
Preface Editor's Introduction General Introduction Part I The Economy of Linguistic Exchanges Introduction 1. The Production and Reproduction of Legitimate Language 2. Price Formation and theExpand
Reproduction in education, society and culture
Preface to the Second Edition - Pierre Bourdieu Foreword - Tom Bottomore PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF A THEORY OF SYMBOLIC VIOLENCE PART TWO: KEEPING ORDER Cultural Capital and Pedagogic CommunicationExpand
whose results are presented in my book Distinction (Bourdieu 1984a), and draw out those of its theoretical implications that are most likely to elude its readers, particularly here in the UnitedExpand
In Other Words: Essays Towards a Reflexive Sociology
Preface. Part I: Pathways:. 1. a Fieldwork in Philosophya . 2. Landmarks. Part II: Confrontations: . 3. From Rules to Strategies. 4. Codification. 5. The Interest of the Sociologist. 6. Reading,Expand
The Field of Cultural Production Essays on Art and Literature
Part 1 The field of cultural production: the field of cultural production, or - the economic world reversed the production of belief - contribution to an economy of symbolic goods the market ofExpand
The economics of linguistic exchanges
&dquo;Perhaps from force of occupational habit, perhaps by virtue of the calm that is acquired by every important man who is consulted for his advice and who, ) , _ , _ ~ knowing that he will keepExpand