Tag: Pierre Bourdieu
Reflections of an Ed Tech Counsellor in the context of COVID-19
Amidst COVID-19 outbreak, I was fortunate to prepone my ticket and go back to my family in India...Read More
Whose involvement has capital? The application of Bourdieu’s thinking tools for the study of parental involvement.
by Max Antony-Newman | Bourdieu, Inequalities, Latest Posts | 3
All parents want the best education for their children (Vincent 2017), but not all parental actions are created equal (Lareau 2015). One of the explanations of this phenomenon provided in the literature has been the fact that...Read More
Whose higher education experience is it anyway?
Whose higher education experience is it anyway? – Rethinking the university ideal....Read More
Reconsidering the Technologies of Intellectual Inquiry
by Cristina Costa | Bourdieu, Habitus, Pedagogy & Curriculum | 0
For some time now I have been intrigued by the fact that very few people have used Bourdieu’s...Read More
Academic voice and the governance of Universities
by Julie Rowlands | Bourdieu | 0
Academic governance involves overseeing teaching and research within universities and protecting...Read More
Social class, place and the limits of habitus
by Dan Evans | Bourdieu, Habitus, Self and Identity | 0
[This post is part of a series – click here for the first blog] Mark and Christina’s presentation...Read More
Call for papers: Special Journal issue on Bourdieu and Curriculum Studies
by Mark Murphy | Bourdieu, Pedagogy & Curriculum | 0
26 January 2016 Guest editor James Albright (The University of Newcastle, Australia) Revisiting...Read More
Arguing over habitus: From class to nation
by Dan Evans | Bourdieu, Habitus, Latest Posts, Self and Identity | 3
Mark Murphy and Cristina Costa’s presentation on Bourdieu at the ECER conference last September...Read More
Is technology changing learning habit(u)s?
This is a question I have asked myself since I have got interested in technology for education,...Read More
Like a fish out of water? Habitus and migration
by Agata Lisiak | Bourdieu, Habitus, Self and Identity | 0
[part of the launch week for the book: Bourdieu, Habitus and Social Research: The art of...Read More
Conceptualizing Habitus and Aspiration
by Garth Stahl | Bourdieu, Habitus, Inequalities, Latest Posts, Self and Identity | 0
I use habitus to examine the constitution of learner identities in neoliberal times with a focus on the nexus of working-class aspirations, symbolic violence and constituting value. In his investigation of the relationship...Read More
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The ontological conservatism and the new leftFeb 10, 2021
Class mobility and the ‘limbo identity’Jan 18, 2021