OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Pierre Bourdieu

ISBN : 9780199357192

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Author: 
Thomas Medvetz
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696 Pages
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Hardcover
Size
171 x 248 mm
Pub date
Apr 2018
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The Oxford Handbook of Pierre Bourdieu examines the legacy of one of the most influential social thinkers of the last half-century. Taken together, these writings offer a comprehensive overview of Bourdieu's biography, his main theoretical ideas, and his ongoing influence on the social sciences.

Index: 

Introduction
1. Pierre Bourdieu, a Twentieth Century Life
Thomas Medvetz and Jeffrey J. Sallaz
PART I REGIONAL PATTERNS OF APPROPRIATION
2. Bourdieu's International Circulation: An Exercise in Intellectual Mapping
Marco Santoro, Andrea Gallelli and Barbara Gruning
3. On the Reception of Bourdieu in the World's Most Equal Societies
Johs Hjekllbrekke and Annick Prieur
4. Bourdieu's Uneven Influence in Anglophone Canadian Sociology
John McLevey, Allyson Stokes, and Amelia Howard
5. Reading Bourdieu in South Africa
Karl von Holdt
6. Bourdieu in the Post-Communist World
Liliana Pop
PART II: TAKING BOURDIEU GLOBAL
7. Field Theory From a Transnational Perspective
Gisele Sapiro
8. Transnational Social Fields
Nikko Kauppi
9. Pierre Bourdieu and International Relations
Antonin Cohen
PART III: DISCIPLINES AND SUBFIELDS
10. The Scientific Method and the Social Hierarchy of Objects
Pierre Bourdieu
11. Pierre Bourdieu's Sociology of Education: Institutional Form and Social Inequality
Elliot B. Weininger and Annette Lareau
12. Bourdieu and Organizations: Hidden Traces, Macro Influence, and Micro Potential
Tim Hallett and Matthew Gougherty
13. Pierre Bourdieu and the Study of Religion: Recent Developments, Directions and Departures
Terry Rey
14. The Transdisciplinary Contribution of Pierre Bourdieu to the Study of the Academic Field and Intellectuals
Christophe Charle (trans. Kristin Couper)
PART IV BOURDIEU'S CONCEPTS EMBEDDED
15. Bourdieu's Capital(s): Sociologizing an Economic Concept
Erik Neveu
16. The Poverty of Philosophy
Michael Burawoy
17. Bourdieu and Schutz: Bringing Together Two Sons of Husserl
Will Atkinson
18. Pierre Bourdieu and the Unthought Colonial State
Franck Poupeau
19. Bourdieu's Unlikely Contribution to the Human Sciences
John Levi Martin
20. Bourdieu and the Sociology of Intellectual Life
Thomas Medvetz
PART V: BOURDIEU'S CONCEPTS AS GENERATIVE AND OPEN-ENDED
21. Is a Bourdieusian Ethnography Possible?
Jeffrey J. Sallaz
22. Bourdieu and Geometric Data Analysis
Frederic Lebaron and Brigitte Le Roux
23. Correspondence Analysis and Bourdieu's Approach to Statistics: Using Correspondence Analysis Within Field Theory
Julien Duval
24. A Concise Genealogy and Anatomy of Habitus
Loic Wacquant
25. Habitus and Beyond
Claudio Benzecry
26. Bourdieu and the Body
Catherine Connell and Ashley Mears
27. Tensions, Actors, and Inventions: Bourdieu's Sociology of the State as an Unfinished but Promising Research Project
Jens Arnholtz
28. Bourdieusian Field Theory and the Reorientation of Historical Sociology
George Steinmetz
29. The Relevance of Bourdieu's Concepts for Studying the Intersections of Poverty, Race, and Culture
Kerry Woodward
30. Four Transversal Principles for Putting Bourdieu to Work
Loic Wacquant

About the author: 

Thomas Medvetz is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, San Diego and author of Think Tanks in America.; Jeffrey J. Sallaz is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona and author of The Labor of Luck and Labor, Economy and Society.

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