Bourdieu and Urban Politics: Conceptualizing a Bourdieusian Relational Framework
This study purposes to build a generic theoretical framework of urban politics, drawing on Bourdieu’s relational sociology and theory of practice. Through a Bourdieusian relational mode of analysis, the study has conceptualized subfields of urban politics and the possible dimensions of politics among stakeholders in different subfields. In addition, the two conceptual spaces of positions and position-takings in the field of urban politics were hypothetically constructed with a methodological suggestion of Galois lattice analysis. The concepts of capital and habitus have also been related to develop the theoretical framework.
Shin, Y. (2013). Bourdieu and Urban Politics: Conceptualizing a Bourdieusian Relational Framework. Planning Theory. 12(3), 267-289. https://doi.org/10.1177/1473095212465926
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Shin, Yongjun (2013). Bourdieu and Urban Politics: Conceptualizing a Bourdieusian Relational Framework. In Communication Studies Faculty Publications. Paper 28.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/commstud_fac/28