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  • 14 July 2019
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REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu CHARACTERS º The Field of Cultural Production Ers and artists but also the publishers critics dealers galleries and academies He analyzes the structure of the cultural field itself as well as its position within the broader social structures of powerThe essays in his volume examine such diverse topics as Flaubert's point of view Manet's aesthetic revolution the historical creation of the pure gaze and the relationship between art and powerThe Field of Cultural Porduction will be of interest to students and scholars from a wide range of disciplines sociology and social theory literature art and cultural studi. Helping me writing my paper indeed Pièces rosesHumulus le muet ; Le Bal des voleurs ; Le rendez vous de Senlis ; Léocadia of the cultural field itself as well as its position within the broader social structures نقد الحداثة of powerThe essays in his volume examine such diverse topics as Flaubert's point Les sortilèges du bondage japonais (GREMESE) of view Manet's aesthetic revolution the historical creation Padre Pio of the pure gaze and the relationship between art and powerThe Field Fanatical Prospecting: The Ultimate Guide to Opening Sales Conversations and Filling the Pipeline by Leveraging Social Selling, Telephone, Email, Text, and Cold Calling (Jeb Blount) of Cultural Porduction will be McNally's Secret of interest to students and scholars from a wide range

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The Field of Cultural Production

REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu CHARACTERS º The Field of Cultural Production During the last two decades sociologist Pierre Bourdieu has become a dominant force in cultural activity ranging from taste in music and art to choices in food and lifestyles The Field of Cultural Production brings together Bourdieu's major essays on art and literature and provides the first introduction to Bourdieu's writings and theory of a cultural field that situates artistic works within the social conditions of their production circulation and consumptionBourdieu develops a highly original approach to the study of literary and artistic works addressing many. I bought this book on a perfect day a year or so ago with a friend who talked me into getting it at the second hand book dealers they have at Federation Suare on Saturday mornings I wasn t going to get it because I have so many books and I had no idea when or even if I would ever get around to reading it And now I can t finish it Not because it isn t good it is very very good But I haven t ever read Flaubert s A Sentimental Education and you need to have read that before reading his lectures which make up a big part of the middle of the bookThe editor s introduction to this one is a must read one of the best introductions to Bourdieu I ve seen so far The person who read this book before me only read that part of the book you can tell from the state of the rest of the paperback and also the extensive underlinings and so on in this intro but no where else I ve read all of the first part but haven t gone much further than that To have any hope of understanding Bourdieu you have to really understand four main ideas These are field habitus his various forms of capital and his notion of symbolic violence You could possibly argue that there are others such as misrecognition but I m lumping that under symbolic violenceSo let s start with defining those as if they could be separated out which naturally enough they can tWe seem to like sporting metaphors Bourdieu particularly seems to like them so you can think of field as a sporting field In sports players take up respective positions on fields that reuire them to have particular roles A goalkeeper and a striker and we are at the very edge of my knowledge of soccer already have very different virtually opposite roles But one implies the other a field is where these roles both make sense and become necessary And this doesn t only apply to sport but we have academic economic legal medical educational political fields and so on If you like these fields are where the games of life are played out Habitus is also best described by a sporting metaphor Bourdieu called it a feel for the game If you are like me somewhat crap at sports you may have had this experience You ve been watching professionals playing something and then you have decided to have a go yourself The first thing you learn is that all of the things the professional made look incredibly simple are actually insanely difficult When they made it look like the ball was tied to their feet with a piece of string we make it look like the ball and our feet are not just strangers but actually enemies Habitus as the name implies are the habits we acuire over our lifetime that allow us to play certain games without needing to think Habitus is also a series of dispositions we acuire throughout life like preferring tea to coffee or Japanese to Chinese food These look a bit like individual tastes except Bourdieu was able to show in his book Distinction something I will read someday that our tastes are in fact not random and subjective but in great part a response to where we fit within various social fields You know a real estate agent and a professor might both earn about the same amount of money per year but if you were told that one has a season ticket to the opera and the other owns a jet ski and had to guess which was which now it isn t unimaginable that a professor might own a jet ski but if I was a betting manWhat is interesting here is that habitus is a verb rather than a noun You aren t a habitus in the way you might be a lawyer or a doctor or a plumber a habitus is what you do and it is what you do automatically A habitus is also relational it is what you do in relation to what other people do in the sense that your habitus sets you apart from other people Habitus is also what makes you not be able to understand other people because your habitus appears to you to be both natural and inevitable So when other people don t share your habitus it is hard not to think they are somehow less than human Habitus is very strongly related to Bourdieu s ideas of social and cultural capital Capital is also a metaphor here one borrowed from economics He is certainly not saying as some Marxists might that everything is fundamentally economic in nature In fact he is saying almost the exact opposite What is interesting about capital is that it accumulates and it is defined in exchange I really do need to stress the relational nature of all of these ideas even field which than anything seems like a thing That is the key to understanding Bourdieu I think There are relationships between fields and there are relationships within fields and it is the relationships that matter that make sense Bourdieu is a philosopher of difference I think He is often presented as someone who over stresses the continuities who stresses how fields resist change But in some ways he is also stressing the opposite of this When people arrive in a field from which they have been previously excluded they bring with them a habitus that is in contradiction to the habitus that has been used to maintain that field up until their arrival A large part of the point of a habitus that develops in a particular field is to keep outsiders out Often this means these strangers either develop the habitus of the field or they are forced to move on But sometimes this is not the case Sometimes like 1968 in the universities in Paris enough people from outside the field and lacking the standard habitus arrive and they force change in the field that is unpredictable Social capital cultural capital and financial capital are often related but they are certainly not identical People have differing levels of each depending on a range of factors As someone explained the distinction to me once social capital is having friends that can tell you about a job you should think about applying for cultural capital is knowing to wear a suit and what to say in the interview that gets you the job Like habitus these skills are generally outside of our conscious awareness they seem natural rather than acuired Clearly there is a relationship between field and habitus but as Bourdieu points out here There is nothing mechanical about the relationship between the field and the habitus page 65Symbolic violence is interesting mostly because you need to know something else to understand it I think The key idea is that to keep someone in their place particularly when that place denies them access to things other people in society take pretty much for granted reuires some sort of violence In some societies in the past take the US with slavery for example that violence was literal A large section of the society was denied access to the rights and privileges that were assumed for other sections of society To ensure this the literal violence of the state was reuired all the way up to hangings Today this same effect can be achieved with a much limited access to literal violence That sections of the Australian population are denied access to uality education for example is not enforced by men with guns in the streets but rather by a system of symbolic representations that make this situation appear natural We do this by reference to freedom and choice but the effect is the same as when differential privilege was decided by force People are still denied access to rights and privileges although mostly through misrecognition of particular symbolsSo what s all this got to do with culture and the cultural field Part of what Bourdieu is interested in here is the fact that the cultural field can be uite different from the economic field This is particularly true of high culture He takes the social and cultural locations of various writers as a case in point Except as we ve already seen writers aren t really what we are looking at You see we like to think of the cultural field as being made up of outstanding individuals living lives that are authentic to their visions and consistent with their vocation their calling But books and artworks never spring out of nothing or from no where certainly not from an author on a mountaintop despite Nietzsche s most famous book There are publishers and editors and bookshops and critics and reviewers all and each of which play a role in creating a classic or best seller You don t just pop some words on paper and have a best seller suddenly appear even though you might get your name and only your name and no one else s on the cover This field is interesting too because as in a football field there are various but limited positions available And each reuires the person that would take that position on the field to have certain skills and abilities or habitus really and certain cultural and social capital Part of what is done here is to compare poets from the 19th century with novelists and playwrights from the same time What is found is that poets tend to have come from wealthy backgrounds or at least did not reuire poetry as their day job This meant that they did not reuire money from their writing in order to eat As you move down the social scale and writing becomes and a means of feeding oneself writing also becomes increasingly popular it needs to appeal to a wider audience He discusses various French poets who became novelists and points out that no novelist was considered a better artist than the lowest poets The poets did not make money from their poetry over the short term and this was seen as a badge of honour In this way it is the opposite of the economic field here economic failure is a kind of success The last thing you want is to be read by the masses at least over the short term as that would mean you have been brought down to their levelBut the field is in constant flux The old school are reactionary they want their books and artworks to be constantly fresh and on the cutting edge But as they become entrenched a new generation comes who need to knock them out of their place To do this they must occupy alternative places on the field of cultural production Amusingly Bourdieu even says that they might revert to the interests of their grandfathers so as to overthrow their fathersThere is an interesting discussion of Duchamp you know taking ready made objects a men s urinal as the typical example signing it and thereby turning it into an artwork Or of signing people and turning them into living artworks Here your location within the field must exist prior to this particular game being played If I were to sign a can of beans it would still just be a can of beans with my signature on it I suspect rather than a work of art The same is true of critics as Bourdieu says at one point in accordance with the law that one only ever preaches to the converted a critic can only influence his readers in so far as they extend to him this power because they are structurally attuned to him in their view of the social world their tastes and their whole habitus page 96The fact that the high end of the art market seems to operate in a way opposite to the economic field a kind of less is field is tied to the educational field too Education develops the tastes and preferences we will have and therefore gives us access to certain aesthetic tastes that would be simply not available to us otherwise A lot of art reuires a depth of understanding that simply doesn t come from a uick glance You don t get to read The Waste Land once for instance and really get all that much out of it You need to have spent time reading lots of other poetry to have any idea about what is being done in that poem and all that takes time and effort lots of both You need to know some Shakespeare some Dante and endless other poets And not just so you can tell when he uotes these poets you know but at my back or You Hypocrite lecteur but also when he imitates their voice or slams one poetic idea up against another across the centuries All of this is hard work and reuires hard work to understand it this isn t a habitus that can be bought overnight it reuires years of effort and so appears to the holder of it to have been born of merit That is why it works so well as a way to show distinction it is hard to be faked Years ago there was a book called how to be ridiculously well read in one evening there is no real way you can achieve thatBut even with this educated taste the field is still one of competition or as Bourdieu says one of symbolic violence in this case over who gets to decide real cultural value That is the power to consecrate items as worthy And this is a competition between the old and new guardsI m going to finish now but Bourdieu ends part one with a really interesting discussion of the whole uestion of citation As you know it is important in academic papers to uote where you got your ideas from You know above with the Eliot stuff I uoted I should have mentioned Andrew Marvell and Charles Baudelaire But citations can do as much to hide where you get ideas from as illuminate it This is why Eliot dedicates his poem to Pound the better craftsman It isn t that he uoted any lines of Pounds that ended up in the poem but rather that the poem itself would not have existed without Pound The examples Bourdieu gives is Aristotle and Plato or Marx and Hegel It isn t that these people need to cite the previous person for particular ideas they got from them their whole way of thinking is structured in response to the previous philosopher Where would Aristotle cite Plato His thinking would be inconceivable without Plato his debt isn t to be counted in single ideas but in how he actually went about thinkingIf I knew about French Literature or felt I had time to read Flaubert s novel this would have been a much rewarding read and I would have finished reading it too as it is I still think it was worthwhile Like I said before though the 20 odd page editor s introduction is well worth reading even if you read nothing else in this one O Topraklar Bizimdi of Cultural Production brings together Bourdieu's major essays 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REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production

REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu CHARACTERS º The Field of Cultural Production Of the key issues that have preoccupied literary art and cultural criticism in the last twentieth century aesthetic value and canonicity intertextuality the institutional frameworks of cultural practice the social role of intellectuals and artists and structures of literary and artistic authorityBourdieu elaborates a theory of the cultural field which situates artistic works within the social conditions of their production circulation and consumption He examines the individuals and institutions involved in making cultural products what they are not only the writ. this is a solid material to understand the tension between the cultural and the economic capital in the cultural field It also presents the panorama of French literature and art evolution Must read Pièces rosesHumulus le muet ; Le Bal des voleurs ; Le rendez vous de Senlis ; Léocadia of cultural practice the social role نقد الحداثة of intellectuals and artists and structures Les sortilèges du bondage japonais (GREMESE) of literary and artistic authorityBourdieu elaborates a theory Padre Pio of the cultural field which situates artistic works within the social conditions Fanatical Prospecting: The Ultimate Guide to Opening Sales Conversations and Filling the Pipeline by Leveraging Social Selling, Telephone, Email, Text, and Cold Calling (Jeb Blount) of their production circulation and consumption He examines the individuals and institutions involved in making cultural products what they are not McNally's Secret only the writ. this is a solid material to understand the tension between the cultural and the economic capital in the cultural field It also presents the panorama


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  1. says: Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production]

    REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS I bought this book on a perfect day a year or so ago with a friend who talked me into getting it at the second hand book dealers they have at Federation Suare on Saturday mornings I wasn’t going to get it because I have so many books and I had no idea when or even if I would ever get around to reading it And now I can’t finish it Not because it isn’t good – it is very very good But I haven’t ever re

  2. says: REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu

    REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu Truth be told all you probably need out of this book is the editor’s introduction It’s than serviceable rather excellent in fact and you’ll get all the important Bourdieusian concepts™ you need — field

  3. says: KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu

    REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Hard to know what to say other than that the opening three essays in this collection are seminal for anyone thinking about the production and reception of cultural objects in a societal or sociological sense This belongs on the shortlist for texts that have vitally shaped my own thought about literature

  4. says: Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production]

    KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] this is a solid material to understand the tension between the cultural and the economic capital in the cultural

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    Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Nothing new for me here I jumped around and then gave up because I knew the topics already and there was nothing new to ad

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    KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Essencial reading on the sociology of the art marketcultural production

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    REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Typical Bourdieuian graphs maps fields habituses and strategies as applied to art and literature when art and literature became their own special fields in the 19th c Paris capital of the world and modernity1 the field of

  8. says: REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu

    REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Helping me writing my paper indeed

  9. says: Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production

    REVIEW The Field of Cultural Production Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu I read the first essay in this collection The Field of Cultural Production or The Economic World Reversed It's one of those essays that has already shifted the paradigm it takes on and so now post canon wars does not seem as revolutionary as I imagine it did in the early 1980sEssentially Bourdieu argues that we should attempt to understand all artistic literary and cultural production as part of a vast field or network somewhat like Lato

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    Pierre Bourdieu ☆ 8 CHARACTERS REVIEW × eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Pierre Bourdieu KINDLE [The Field of Cultural Production] Lucid comparison between the general and restricted fields of cultural production the Hollywood studio model as opposed to

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