New PDF release: Pierre Bourdieu, Organization, and Management

By Ahu Tatli, Mustafa Ozbilgin, Mine Karatas-Ozkan

ISBN-10: 0415737265

ISBN-13: 9780415737265

Pierre Bourdieu, the French sociologist, thinker, and anthropologist, has been extensively studied and analyzed in educational circles, rather in sociology, the place his rules approximately strength kin in social lifestyles helped to outline the modern box. whereas many different sociological theories and figures were widely mentioned and analyzed in the contexts of association reviews and administration, Bourdieu’s rules have, till lately, been mostly neglected. delivering an authoritative review of Bourdieu’s paintings, this e-book offers readers with conceptual frameworks, empirical examples, and methodological concerns for advancing idea and learn in administration and association reports.

This ebook offers an in-depth assessment of the relevance of Bourdieu’s social thought for association and administration reviews, outlining the major facets of Bourdieu’s method and situating his paintings in its old and highbrow context of the time. an summary of the remedy of Bourdieuan thought by way of administration and association students and a critique of the selective reception of his paintings are provided. the 1st edited assortment to discover the advantages of Bourdieuan sociology for a administration viewers, this ebook is proper for conception, learn, and perform, and should entice a world scholarly viewers of lecturers and examine scholars.

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Originally, Bourdieu (1986) distinguishes three basic forms of capital, of which economic capital—like income and property rights—is only the most obvious manifestation. , 2002: 14), can exist in three forms: objectified, institutionalized, and embodied. In its objectified state, cultural capital appears in the form of cultural products like books, art, or machines. Institutionalized cultural capital encompasses academic titles and degrees. The acquisition of embodied cultural capital in the form of long-lasting dispositions of the body and mind consumes time and is personalized.

As a result, four career fields emerge (company world, free-floating professionalism, self-employment, and chronic flexibility). Agents seek to advance within such fields. By crosscutting organizations, occupations, or professions, career fields thus represent the context for making a career. However, both the starting positions and the development possibilities are not the same for all players. More precisely, each and every field is characterized by a fundamental hierarchy which is based on capital distributions (an idea which we will delineate in the section “Concepts of Capital”).

Bourdieu’s sociology is firmly embedded in the late 1950s’ French social science field, which was dominated by tension between the objective structuralism of Levi-Strauss and the subjective existentialism of Sartre (Özbilgin and Tatli, 2005). Within that context, Bourdieu has defined his project as seeking to overcome that binary opposition through a “structuralist constructivism or constructivist structuralism” (Bourdieu and Wacquant, 1992: 11). Grenfell and James 6 Ahu Tatli et al. (1998: 1–2) argue that Bourdieusian sociology presents us with “an epistemological and methodological third way”, establishing “an alternative to the extremes of post-modernist subjectivity and positivist objectivity” of his time.

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