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Bourdieu's field theory and the social sciences / James Albright, Deborah Hartman, Jacqueline Widin, editors
Bib ID 8035869
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] 
©2018 
xxvii, 299 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9789811053849 (hardback)
Invalid ISBN 9789811053856 (ebook)
Summary

"Highlighting the conceptual work at the heart of Pierre Bourdieu’s reflexive sociology, this cutting edge collection operationalizes Bourdieusian concepts in field analysis. Offering a unique range of explorations and reflections utilizing field analysis, the eighteen chapters by prominent Bourdieusian scholars and early career scholars synthesize key insights and challenges scholars face when going ‘beyond the fields we know’. The chapters offer examples from discipline contexts as diverse as cultural studies, poetry, welfare systems, water management, education, journalism and surfing and provide demonstrations of theorizing within practical examples of field analysis. One of the foremost social philosophers and sociologists of the twentieth century, Bourdieu is widely known in cultural studies and education and his approaches are increasingly being taken up in health, social work, anthropology, family studies, journalism, communication studies and other disciplines where an analysis of the interplay between individuals and social structures is relevant. With its unique interdisciplinary focus, this book provides a useful guide to doing field analysis and working with Bourdieusian methods research, as well as key reading for methodology courses at post-graduate level."--

Full contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: On Doing Field Analysis / Deborah Hartman
  • pt. I Field as Both a Conceptual and Empirical Object of Analysis
  • 2.Drought and Water Policy in the Western USA: Genesis and Structure of a Multi-level Field / Franck Poupeau
  • 3.Masculine Learner Identities in the Field of Student-Directed Musical Learning / Pete Dale
  • 4.Poetry and the Conditions of Practice: A Field Study / Jen Webb
  • 5.Academic Literacy Support: Challenging the Logic of Practice / Jacqueline Widin
  • 6.Transformations of the Danish Field of Welfare Work: Shifting Forms of Dominated Capital / Jan Thorhauge Frederiksen
  • 7.Breaking from the Field: Participant Observation and Bourdieu's Participant Objectivation / Emma E. Rowe
  • pt. II Positionality, Struggle and Legitimation
  • 8.Framing a "Community of Consumption": Field Theory, Multi-perspectival Discourse Analysis and the Commercialization of Teaching / Jonathan Crichton
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Bourdieu, Pierre, 1930-2002.  |  Field theory (Social psychology)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Albright, James, 1950- editor  |  Hartman, Deborah, editor  |  Widin, Jacqueline, editor

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