EXAM REVIEW - EXAM REVIEW Bourdieu takes a functionalist...

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EXAM REVIEW: Bourdieu takes a functionalist view and Carsaro and interpretive view of culture Through Carsaros research, we can conclude that children’s play is not simply an imitation of the adult world Interpretive reproduction: Bourdieu views education as one of the constituents of the broader habitus and as a field of play to which socioeconomic class will determine one’s access to resources Cultural capital: bookshelves, something the gives u a higher up than the rest. Something that is privileged. Key concerns of the “new childhood paradigm” Agency and voice from children Structural constraints on children and youth A critique of the conventional socialization perspective The use of ordinary social scientific methods to study children and childhood. ACCORDING To Alison James, social context plays the greatest part in children’s understandings of friendship Intersectionality seeks to understand forms of oppression and privilege as shaped by the interaction of different social locations, and interdependent

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