Bourdieu, Pierre — — bibliografia. It is because this world has produced me, because it has produced the categories of thought that I apply to it, that it appears to me as self-evident. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Camille rated it it was amazing Jan 18, This book is particularly interesting as Bourdieu is effectively giving two symposia both in the United States and in France and being asked questions by academics about his research which he responds to and so, in effect, a large part of this book is a bit like an interview.
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The second emerged from a seminar series as set of questions and answers between Wacquant and Bourdieu, which is reflective and critical, particularly useful in disentangling the moments of potential rebellion and action from a more structural understanding of the world. The third is an introduction by Bourdieu to a second seminar series, laying out the methodology that he strives for, the risks that must be undertaken to advance our understanding, the limits of the academic world.
I immediately set to work exactly where I left off, happily whiling away the dull moments while my mother attended to mundane household tasks. Although I have seen this work sitting about the house for some time, I have purposely avoided reading it.
Everyone is name-dropping Bourdieu these days, and I have no wish to be obvious. But as there seemed no immediate prospect of anything more interesting happening than the making of innumerable piles of clothing which apparently my mother finds quite absorbing , I decided to give it a go. I lifted it up, I shook it about, I turned it over in my hands, I placed it on my head.
In short, I simply could not get into it literally. Eventually, I abandoned it in favor of a Christmas card, the mashing of which I found far more fascinating than my perusal of Bourdieu. There is a metaphor in there somewhere, but for the life of me I cannot at the moment think of what it is.
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