The structure of Bourdieu’s theory of knowledge, practice, and society is first dissected by Loic Wacquant; he then collaborates with Bourdieu in a dialogue in which they discuss central concepts of Bourdieu’s work, confront the main objections and criticisms his work has met, and outline Bourdieu’s views of the relation of sociology to
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Loïc Wacquant (French: [lo’ik va’kɑ̃]; born 1960) is a sociologist and social anthropologist, specializing in urban sociology, urban poverty, racial inequality, the body, social theory and ethnography.
An Invitation to Reflexive Sociology Pierre Bourdieu , Loïc J. D. Wacquant No preview available – 1992 Pierre Bourdieu , Loïc J. D. Wacquant No preview available – 1992
Habitus is ‘the way society becomes deposited in persons in the form of lasting dispositions, or trained capacities and structured propensities to think, feel and act in determinant ways, which then guide them’ (Wacquant 2005: 316, cited in Navarro 2006: 16).
The co-author with Mr. Bourdieu of An Invitation to Reflexive Sociology, Loic Wacquant is a professor of sociology at the University of California in Berkeley. In a telephone interview on the day after Mr. Bourdieu’s death, Mr. Wacquant spoke from Paris about the thinker’s life, work, and legacy. Q.
At the time of his death in January 2002, Pierre Bourdieu was perhaps the most prominent sociologist in the world (see Calhoun and Wacquant 2002). As the author of numerous classic works, he had become a necessary reference point in various “specialty” areas throughout the discipline (including education, culture, “theory,” and the
Bourdieu framed social capital as accrued actual or virtual resources acquired by individuals or groups through the possession of “more or less institutionalized relationships of mutual acquaintance and recognition” (Bourdieu and Wacquant 1992: 119).
Loïc Wacquant is Professor of Sociology and Research Associate at the Institute for Legal Research, Boalt Law School, University of California at Berkeley, where he is affiliated with the Program in Medical Anthropology, the Global Metropolitan Studies Program, and the Center for Urban Ethnography.
In the work of Pierre Bourdieu, symbolic violence denotes more than a form of violence operating symbolically. It is “the violence which is exercised upon a social agent with his or her complicity” (Bourdieu and Wacquant 2002, 167, italics in original).