ABSTRACT. This study is grounded in the considerable body of scholarship examining Bourdieu’s approach to culture, his theory of practice, his anthropological work on cultural analysis, and his reflexive conception of knowledge production. This paper aims to analyze and discuss Bourdieu’s triad of habitus, field and capital, his account of the field of cultural production, his account of social-scientific knowledge production, and his conception of social science. pp. 248–253

Keywords: Bourdieu, cultural capital, habitus, social-scientific knowledge

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