Pierre Bourdieu, in Pour un savoir engagé, Athènes, mai 2001, Raisons d'agir-Grèce, Le Monde Diplomatique, février 2002 — Page 3, aussi in Interventions, 1961-2001. Science sociale et action politique, Agone, P.465-469
"D’autre part, les mouvements sociaux ont apporté des méthodes d’action que les syndicats ont peu à peu, encore une fois, oubliées, ignorées ou refoulées. Et en particulier des méthodes d’action personnelle : les actions des mouvements sociaux recourent à l’efficacité symbolique, une efficacité symbolique qui dépend, pour une part, de l’engagement personnel de ceux qui manifestent ; un engagement personnel qui est aussi un engagement corporel.
Il ne s’agit pas de défiler, bras dessus bras dessous, comme le font traditionnellement les syndicalistes le 1er mai. Il faut faire des actions, des occupations de locaux, etc. Ce qui demande à la fois de l’imagination et du courage."

samedi 26 janvier 2019

Bourdieu, Language-based Ethnographies and Reflexivity. Putting Theory into Practice, Michael Grenfell and Kate Pahl (dir.)


Bourdieu, Language-based 
Ethnographies and Reflexivity
Putting Theory into Practice
Michael Grenfell and Kate Pahl 
Routledge
2019

Présentation de l'éditeur
Offering a unique and original perspective on Bourdieu, language-based ethnographies,and reflexivity, this volume provides a nuanced, in-depth discussion of the complex relationship between these interconnected topics and their impact in real-world contexts. Part I opens the book with an overview of the historical background and development of language-based ethnographic research and Bourdieu’s work in this space. Part II presents a series of case studies that highlight a Bourdieusian perspective and demonstrate how reflexivity impacts language-based ethnography. In each study, Bourdieu’s conceptual framework of reflexively-informed objectivity examines the ways in which the studies themselves were constructed and understood. Building on Parts I and II, the concluding set of chapters in Part III unpacks the messiness of the theory and practice of language-based ethnography, and provides insights into what reflexivity means for Bourdieu and in practical contexts. Arguing for a greater reflexive understanding in research practice, this volume sets an agenda for future literacy and language research.

 Sommaire

Part I Introduction
1. Language-based Ethnographies
Kate Pahl
2. Reflexivity
Mike Grenfell
3. Bourdieu, Ethnography and Reflexivity
Mike Grenfell
Part II Introduction 4. Re-thinking Literacies with Communities: Literacy as a Collaborative Concept
Kate Pahl
5. Reflexive Layers and Longitudinal Research: What we might know across time
Catherine Compton-Lilly
6. Insider Identities: Coming to Know the Ethnographic Researcher
Cheryl McClean
7. Enacting Reflexivity in Second Language Writing Research: A Personal Account of Cultural Production of Authorial Self and Researcher Perception
Lisya Seloni
Part III Introduction
8. Reflecting on Reflections
Kate Pahl
9. Bourdieu, Language-based Ethnographies and Reflexivity: In Theory and Practice
Michael Grenfell





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