The sociology of elite distinction

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Description "This major new contribution to the study of consumption examines how dominant groups express and display their sense of superiority through material and aesthetic attributes, demonstrating that differences from one society to another, and across historical periods, challenge current understandings of elite distinction"--Provided by publisher.
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Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subjects Elite (Social sciences)
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Consumption (Economics)
Wealth
Subtitle from theoretical to comparative perspectives
Table Of Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction PART I: SOCIAL THEORY AND ELITE DISTINCTIONClassical Approaches to Social Emulation and DistinctionMajor Subsequent Contributions Grand Theories: Limits and Merits PART II: KEY MANIFESTATIONSExternal Signs of SuperiorityEmbodied Signs of Superiority Vicarious Display PART III: VARIABILITY The Historicity of Elite Distinction: Selected ThemesTradition, Fashion, Borrowing, Syncretism Beyond Reductionism Conclusion.
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The sociology of elite distinction
Authors Jean-Pascal Daloz
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Categories Social Science
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Description This major new contribution to the study of consumption examines how dominant groups express and display their sense of superiority through material and aesthetic attributes, demonstrating that differences from one society to another, and across historical periods, challenge current understandings of elite distinction.
Language en
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Page Count 220
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Published Date 2010
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle From Theoretical to Comparative Perspectives
Title The Sociology of Elite Distinction
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ISBN_139780230220270

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