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Unformatted text preview: agent are objectively harmonized among themselves, without any deliberate pursuit of coherence, and objectively orchestrated, without any conscious concertation, with those of all members of the same class. (p 409) Habitus: behavior, taste, differentiation, stratification -&gt; inequality-System of socially sustained dominance and inequality Figure 3-upbringing, what an individual is born into -&gt; impacts classification, habitus -&gt; events lead to different tastes and preferences Taste: 1. Food - cuts of meat, organic, restaurants, fish, lean and healthy 2. Culture - art, music, sports, cars, social clubs, manner 3. Presentation clothes, shoes, hair, hygiene Distinction: distinct behaviors in each class, distinctions among group, based on behaviors/tastes...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course SOCI 250 taught by Professor Perrin during the Fall '08 term at UNC.
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