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Feminists evaluate bourdieu : international perspectives

Author: Lisa Adkins; Beverley Skeggs
Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Brings feminist theory face to face with Pierre Bourdieu's social theory. Demonstrates how much Bourdieu's theory has to offer to contemporary feminism. Comprises a series of contributions from key  Read more...

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Named Person: Pierre Bourdieu; Pierre Bourdieu
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Adkins; Beverley Skeggs
ISBN: 1405123958 9781405123952
OCLC Number: 56644536
Description: 250 pages
Contents: Introductions:. 1. Feminism, Bourdieu and After: Lisa Adkins. 2. Introducing Pierre Bourdieu's analysis of class, gender and sexuality: Beverley Skeggs. Section I: Rethinking Class and Gender:. 3. Bourdieu, Class and Gender: `The return of the living dead?':Terry Lovell. 4. Gendering Bourdieu's Concept of Capitals? Emotional Capital, Women and. Social Class: Diane Reay. 5. Exchange Value and Affect: Bourdieu and the Self: Beverley Skeggs. Section II: Symbolic Violence and the Cultural Field:. 6. Notes on: `What Not To Wear' and Post-Feminist Symbolic Violence: Angela McRobbie. 7. Rules of Engagement: Habitus, Power and Resistance: Steph Lawler. 8. Habitus and social suffering: Culture, Addiction and the Syringe: Nicole Vitellone. 9. Mapping the Obituary: Notes Towards a Bourdieusian Interpretation: Bridget Fowler. Section III: Retheorizing the Habitus:. 10. Agency and Experience: Gender as a Lived Relation: Lois McNay. 11. Reflexivity: Freedom or Habit of Gender?: Lisa Adkins. 12. Anamnesis and Amnesis in Bourdieu's Work: The Case for a Feminist Anamnesis: Anne Witz. 13. Shame in the Habitus: Elspeth Probyn.
Responsibility: edited by Lisa Adkins and Bev Skeggs.

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Contemporaries bemoan Pierre Bourdieu's ontology of what seems to be eternal reproduction. Yet this book shows that Bourdieu is more than ever relevant for twenty-first century feminism. The authors Read more...

 
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