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Symbolic Violence

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Wesley Miller

on 2 November 2012

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Transcript of Symbolic Violence

Symbolic Violence III. Being Symbolically Peaceful? Outline: "the imposition of categories of thought and perception upon dominated agents who then take these categories as universal and just." These internalized categories of thought justify and reproduce the power of the dominant. 1. Sociology as a Martial Art Being Symbolically Peaceful? Questions and Discussions II. Symbolic Violence Defined I. Introduction and Ground Rules IV. Questions and Discussion Introduction and Ground Rules Symbolic Violence Defined Pierre Bourdieu Imposition of categories of thought and perception Imposed on dominated agents Who take arbitrary cultural categories as universal and just When symbolic violence is successful the dominated accept internalized categories as universal and natural Power structure reproduced 3. To hell with good intentions 2. Be reflexive
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