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Evaluating Fragmented Responses
Evaluating fragmented responses

Reviewing Choses dites, Brubaker made the point that: ‘Since Bourdieu's texts are products — and instruments — of particular intellectual strategies and struggles, their emphases vary considerably from text to text, depending on the particular intellectual field in which a text is situated and the structure of that field at the time the text was written.’1 What Brubaker says here about the production of Bourdieu's texts could equally well be said of their consumption. In the corporate conclusion to An Introduction to the Work of Pierre Bourdieu. The Practice of Theory, the authors comment:

A study of the secondary literature…reveals many specific criticisms. Some of these criticisms, however, are less substantial than they appear; others are telling and enduring. For example most ...

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