Language and Symbolic Power

@inproceedings{Bourdieu1991LanguageAS,
  title={Language and Symbolic Power},
  author={Pierre Bourdieu and John Bodine Thompson},
  year={1991}
}
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 the Anticipation of Profits Appendix: Did You Say 'Popular'? Part II The Social Institution of Symbolic Power Introduction 3. Authorized Language: The Social Conditions for the Effectiveness of Ritual Discourse 4. Rites of Institution 5. Description and Prescription: The Conditions of Possibility and the… 

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