Deconstructing Pierre Bourdieu: Against Sociological Terrorism from the Left (Google eBook)

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Algora Publishing, Jan 1, 2001 - Bourdieu, Pierre - 288 pages
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World-famous in sociology and philosophy circles, Pierre Bourdieu has been untouchable - until now. Witty, sharp and rigorous, author Verdes-Lerroux paints a highly charged portrait, denouncing his militancy, hypocrisy, elitism and shallowness.
  

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Contents

PIERRE BOURDIEU OR A CONARTISTS SOCIOLOGY
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Chapter I ART AND MANNER OR MANNER AND ART
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UNDERSTANDING SAYS PIERRE BOURDIEU
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Chapter III ODDS AND ENDS THE SOCIAL CRITIQUE OF TASTE ON DISTINCTION 1979
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Chapter IV POWER AND DETAILS IN CONNECTION WITH A PARLOR GAME THE APPENDIX TO DISTINCTION 1979
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Chapter V DOES BOURDIEU UNDERSTAND BOURDIEU? ON HIS WORKS ON SCHOOL AND ON HOMO ACADEMICUS 1984
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Chapter VI WAR WITHOUT PEACE ON THE RULES OF ART 1992
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Chapter VII THINKING OUTSIDE OF BOURDIEU AN INVITATION TO REFLEXIVE ANTHROPOLOGY 1992
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BOURDIEU AND PÉCUCHET ON FREE EXCHANGE 1994
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Chapter IX THE HOPE OF EFFICACY ON TELEVISION 1997
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CONCLUSION ON THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE
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SELECTED WORKS BY PIERRE BOURDIEU
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