INDEX
Académie Française, 275, 280
Académie Goncourt, 275, 280
African Americans: citizenship rights
of, 226–27; waa mobilization of,
233–34; wpa discrimination against,
231–32
agency, 32, 42–43, 150–51
Aid to Dependent Children, 231
Algeria, 38–43, 45. See also Kabyle
Algeria 1960 (Bourdieu), 3, 10
Algerians, The (Bourdieu), 2, 3, 7, 8, 38–40.
See also Kabyle
alienation, 105n8
Althusser, Louis, 113, 117–18, 121, 126
ambivalence, 127
American model, 60
mor fati, 118
Aristotle, 41
art, field of, 51, 52–56; field transfers/
exchanges and, 177, 196
autism therapies, 180–81
autonomy: of field, 37, 139, 160–61, 189–90,
192, 194, 329–30, 335–36, 340; in rational
choice theory, 92–93
Bachelard, Gaston, 33n8, 126, 148–49
Bachelors’ Ball, The (Bourdieu), 2, 3, 7,
8, 41
Béarn, 40–41, 43
beliefs: in rational choice theory, 95–96
Bender, Thomas, 81
bias: in education, 44; scholastic, 43
biographical dictionaries, 73
Bloch, Marc, 68
bodily discipline, 289
bodily ego, 120–21
boundary work, 160, 161–62, 175–77. See
also Dield boundaries
bureaucracy, field of, 141–42
camouflage, 109
Camus, Albert, 282
Canguilhem, Georges, 126
capital, 27–28, 50, 338–47; bureaucratic,
344–45; composition of, 346–47; dis-
tribution of, 28, 341–42; exchange rates
of, 340, 345–46; exploitation rate of, 346;
field autonomy and, 340, 342; field
boundary change and, 340–41, 342; field
change and, 339–43; field genesis and,
339–40, 342; field heteronomy and, 340,
342; field shape and, 341–42; genesis of,
28, 344–45; misrecognition of, 343; nego-
tiability of, 345–46; political, 143; social,
21, 57, 58; struggle for, 26–28, 50–51; sub-
jective moment of, 343–47; symbolic
analysis of, 343–47; valuation of, 28, 140.
See also cultural capital; economic capi-
tal; symbolic capital
Cassirer, Ernst, 116, 137
character: social-scientific knowledge
about, 202–3
Character Education Movement, 203
character planning, 94–95
charity, 159, 162
citizenship, 239n1; black, 226–27; classifica-
tion struggles and, 218–25 (see also
Works Progress Administration [wpa]);
exclusionary features of, 217; gender and,
216; as political capital, 219–20; poor
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