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Unformatted text preview: Goffman Deference “Avoidance rituals” and “presentational rituals” Demeanor Goffman’s understanding of the self as a social phenomenon Schelling Interdependence of choices Critical mass models and significance of different thresholds or crossover points Self—fillfilling expectations Olson, Coleman and rational choice Public goods Free rider problem and conditions under which it can be overcome Free riding vs. zealous individual efforts to pursue group goals Bourdieu Objectivism and subjectivism Social space Symbolic struggles Convertibility of economic and cultural capital Embodied and institutionalized cultural capital Cultural capital and reproduction of social inequality Habitus Social structural patterning of tastes and life-styles Novas and Rose Biological citizenship as both “individualizing” and “collectivizing” hr“ ...
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