How Bourdieu bites back: recognising misrecognition in education and educational research

@inproceedings{James2015HowBB,
  title={How Bourdieu bites back: recognising misrecognition in education and educational research},
  author={David James},
  year={2015}
}
Having noted that some use of Bourdieusian concepts in educational research is superficial, this paper offers a view of the distinctiveness of Bourdieu’s concepts via the example of misrecognition, which is differentiated from the concept with the same name in Fraser’s work. An account is given of a recent research project on white middle-class identity and school choice, which suggests that whilst parents avoided a common misrecognition (regarding school quality), they were nevertheless… CONTINUE READING

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