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Bourdieu's theory of social fields : concepts and applications

Auteur(s) : Hilgers, Mathieu (Éd.)
Mangez, Eric (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xvi-290 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Collection : Routledge advances in sociology ; n° 128 Publication : London : Routledge, 2015.Cote : TV.443Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index.  Thématique : Sociologie Auteur cité : Bourdieu, Pierre
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Introduction to Pierre Bourdieu's theory of social fields / Hilgers, Mathieu and Mangez, Eric --
Was Bourdieu a field theorist ? / Martin, John Levi and Gregg, Forest --
The limits of the field: elements for a theory of the social differentiation of activities / Lahire, Bernard --
The field: a leibnizian perspective in sociology / Pinto, Louis --
Collective agents in the school field: positions, dispositions and position taking in educational and vocational guidance / André, Géraldine and Hilgers, Mathieu --
The literary field between the State and the market / Sapiro, Gisele --
A heuristic tool: on the use of the concept of the field in two studies in the sociology of culture / Duval, Julien --
The field of power and the relative autonomy of social fields: the case of Belgium / Mangez, Eric and Liénard, Georges --
The fields of public policy / Dubois, Vincent --
Field theory and organizational power: four modes of influence among public policy "think tanks" / Medvetz, Thomas --
Crafting the neoliberal State: workfare and prisonfare in the bureaucratic field / Wacquant, Loïc --
Afterword: theory of fields in the postcolonial age / Hilgers, Mathieu and Mangez, Eric

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