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Unformatted text preview: 12:16 AM Sun Dec1 ‘5" G} 4 GD 86% E} Documents E Ant8 Q —|— Hashmi l Syed Hashmi Professor Wenrui Chen Anthropology 1100 Brooklyn College 11 October 2018 In the excerpt, F arms 0f Capital, Bourdieu brings up to question cultural capital which can be divided into three different branches; the embodied state, the objectified state, the institutionalized state, social capital, and conversions. The embodied state is a lasting dispositions of the human mind and body. The objectified state can be seen from a visual standpoint. The institutionalized state can be seen as a form of objectification. In the other except, Symbolic violence, Bourdieu gives an in-depth analysis of his perception of what symbolic violence is. He illustrates this violence as a type of violence where violence is exercised on an individual with his or her complicity A statement which spoke volume to me was: “The case of gender domination shows better than any other that symbolic violence...” From this statement, it is evident that Bourdieu is possibly a feminist and that he sees the great disparities amongst men and women. He connects this argument later on in the paper in “gender and symbolic violence”. In this topic he relates gender to symbolic violence and makes a correlation between two distinct factors. 198 words ...
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