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Sociological Imagination

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Sociological imagination on a movie " Radiant city", the application of the concept on the movie

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Pierre Bourdieu Capital Sociology Community building Culture Anthropology Cultural capital Suburb Social capital Gentrification Radiant City Social class
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Pierre Bourdieu Capital Sociology Community building Culture Anthropology Cultural capital Suburb Social capital Gentrification Radiant City Social class
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Suburban life has transformed how many people live, particularly in the United States, Canada and Australia, and altered the ways in which city dwellers conceptualize their lives and construct their identities. One important way that suburban life has changed modern cities is through the transformation of how class is constructed. The meaning of class has expanded beyond the status conveyed by economic wealth and occupation, and is constituted and reproduced through markers of social and cultural capital (Bourdieu 1984). In this essay, I will argue that Western suburban life shapes class constructions by translating the differences in residents’ economic status into clearly demarcated physical, cultural and social strata. To make this argument, I...
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