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Vderevlean rated it liked it May 01, Oh, how hard Bourdieu had been trying to justify his choice of sociology sociolobo the French academic field in his era Paperbackpages.

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Clara rated it really liked it Mar 18, Over the past four decades, French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu produced one of the most imaginative and subtle bodies of social theory of the postwar era.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Trivia About Sketch for a Self In the process, he tried to reconcile the influences of both external social structures and subjective experience on the individual see structure and agency.

Autoanalisis de Un Sociologo (Spanish, Paperback)

Bourdieu rejected the idea of the intellectual “prophet”, or the “total intellectual”, as embodied by Sartre. Some convoluted prose for you there!

A personal summary in lieu of more detailed notes: Elsa rated it really liked it Sep 04, Fabio Luiz rated it really liked it Dec 16, Aug 20, Nick rated it liked it Shelves: I don’t share his tastes. Be the first to ask a question about Sketch for a Self-Analysis. No trivia or quizzes yet. Interesting approach and attempt to detach and be an objective observer of oneself, but with the usual French passion for bigger words than necessary: I did find fascinating his description of himself as having a ‘cleft habitus’ between high academic consecration and low social origin,” to which he attributes his ambivalent relationship with the academic institution–an institution he views as “a kind of bad mother, vain and deceiving.


M R rated it it was ok Nov 05, If you can penetrate the convoluted prose that no doubt makes more sense in the French originalthis short book is an interesting glimpse into the formation of a sociologist–without the hagiographical tone that usually accompanies traditional biographies or the hindsight wisdom and legend-building of less reflexive autobiographies.

Feb 08, Gabriela rated it liked it. DaImpossibleKid rated it really liked it Nov 20, Return to Book Page. Lists with This Book. As such, it recognises the importance of the private but obscures the public and theoretical in Bourdieu’s evolving A personal summary in lieu of more detailed notes: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste, in which he argues that judgments of taste are related to social position.

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Bourdieu pioneered investigative frameworks and terminologies such as cultural, social, and symbolic capital, and the concepts of habitus, field or location, and symbolic violence to reveal the dynamics of power relations in social life. Hamid rated it liked it Apr 25, His best known book is Distinction: Laikhuram rated it it was amazing Nov 29, Murray rated it liked it Jun 23, Matt rated it liked it Oct 28, Sketch for a Sociolkgo by Pierre Bourdieu.

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I did find fascinating his description of himself as having a ‘cleft habitus’ between high academic consecration and low social origin,” to which he attributes his ambivalent relationship Or “This is not autobiography,” as Bourdieu states at the beginning of this short book. Albert rated it really liked it Nov 19, An egocentric autobiography or semi-autobiography as all must be, no matter the claims for non-deception which attempts to develop a cartography or travelogue of the influences, material conditions and personal events that conspired to produce the Bourdieusian perspective, the book focuses more on the personal than the academic.

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