Cultivating differences : symbolic boundaries and the making of inequality

Auteur(s) : Lamont, Michèle (Éd.)
Fournier, Marcel (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xv-346 p. : tableaux ; 23 cm.Publication : Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 1992.Cote : TV.534Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Preface / Gans, Herbert J. --

Introduction / Lamont, Michèle et Fournier, Marcel --

Cultural boundaries and structural change: the extension of the high culture model to theater, opera, and the dance, 1900-1940 / DiMaggio, Paul --

High culture versus popular culture revisited: a reconceptualization of recorded cultures / Crane, Diana --

Nature's body and the metaphors of food / Gusfield, Joseph R. --

Constructing a shifting moral boundary: literature and obscenity in nineteeth-century America / Beisel, Nicola --

The audience for abstract art: class, culture, and power / Halle, David --

How musical tastes mark occupational status groups / Peterson, Richard A. et Simkus, Albert --

Barrier or leveler? The case of the art museum / Zolberg, Vera L. --

Women and the production of status cultures / Collins, Randall --

Tinkerbells and pinups: the construction and reconstruction of gender boundaries at work / Fuchs Epstein, Cynthia --

The capital(s) of cultures: a nonholistic approach to status situations, class, gender, and ethnicity / Hall, John R. --

Citizen and enemy as symbolic classification: on the polarizing discourse of civil society / Alexander, Jeffrey C. --

Democracy versus sociology: boundaries and their political consequences / Wolfe, Alan.

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