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Gender, Habitus and the Field: Pierre Bourdieu and the Limits of Reflexivity

This article argues that the failure of certain theories of reflexive identity transformation to consider more fully issues connected to gender identity leads to an overemphasis on the expressive possibilities thrown up by processes of detraditionalization. By ignoring certain deeply … Continue reading

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The Search for “Sustainable Development” – Pathways As a New Degree of Institutional Reflexivity

The realization of “sustainable development” tends to increasingly be thought of in terms of a necessary transition to achieve. The objective of this article is to understand how this perspective, while penetrating the institutional spheres, has become a catalyst for … Continue reading

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