Distinction a social critique of the judgment of taste

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Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste by Pierre Bourdieu

Los sujetos sociales se diferencian por las distinciones que realizan -entre lo sabroso y lo insípido, lo bello y lo feo, lo distinguido y lo vulgar- en las que se expresa o se traiciona su posición. El análisis de las relaciones entre los sistemas de enclasamiento (el gusto) y las condiciones de existencia (la clase social) conduce así a una crítica social del criterio selectivo que es, inseparablemente, una descripción de las clases sociales y de los estilos de vida.

Podría comenzarse la lectura de este libro por el capítulo final, titulado «Elementos para una crítica vulgar de las críticas puras», que pone de manifiesto las categorías sociales de percepción y apreciación que utiliza Kant en su análisis del juicio del gusto. Pero lo esencial de esta ya clásica obra del sociólogo francés Pierre Bourdieu se encuentra en la investigación que, al precio de un enorme trabajo de encuesta empírica y de crítica teórica, conduce a una reformulación de todas las tradicionales interrogaciones sobre lo bello, el arte, el gusto y la cultura.
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Pssst… we can write an original essay just for you. The most innocent way of being is by no longer having a judgment of taste. To put it simply, really, we are all snobs in a sense.
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Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste French : La distinction is a book by Pierre Bourdieu , based upon the author's empirical research from until A sociological report about the state of French culture, Distinction was first published in English translation in In the International Sociological Association voted Distinction as one of the ten most important sociology books of the 20th century. Bourdieu proposes that those with a high volume of cultural capital — non-financial social assets, such as education, which promote social mobility beyond economic means — are most likely to be able to determine what constitutes taste within society. Those with lower volumes of overall capital accept this taste, and the distinction of high and low culture, as legitimate and natural, and thus accept existing restrictions on conversion between the various forms of capital economic, social, cultural.

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