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" He (sic) quite naturally materialises at just the place the ball is about to fall, as if the ball were in command of him - but by that very fact, he is in command of the ball. The habitus, as society written into the body, into the biological individual,... "
In Other Words: Essays Towards a Reflexive Sociology - Page 63
de Pierre Bourdieu - 1990 - 223 pages
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Black British Feminism: A Reader

Heidi Safia Mirza - 1997 - 306 pages
...is in the social world but also the ways in which the social world is in the body (Bourdieu 1981): The habitus as the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into second nature. (Bourdieu, 1990b: 63) Thus, one of the crucial features of habitus is that it is embodied;...
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Queer in Russia: A Story of Sex, Self, and the Other

Laurie Essig - 1999 - 244 pages
...understands all the possible moves, and yet the rules of the game are so inscribed as to be invisible. "The habitus as the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into a second nature." What Bourdieu is proposing here is a model which counters structuralism by allowing the subject to...
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Feminist Theory and the Body: A Reader

Janet Price, Margrit Shildrick - 1999 - 487 pages
...is in the social world but also the ways in which the social world is in the body (Bourdieu 1981): The habitus as the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into second nature. (Bourdieu, 1990b: 63) Thus, one of the crucial features of habitus is that it is embodied;...
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Sport Worlds: A Sociological Perspective

Joseph A. Maguire - 2002 - 242 pages
...learned and unlearned in producing a feel for the game, and the social game of life, Bourdieu observed: The habitus as the feel for the game is the social...simultaneously freer and more constrained than the action of a good player. He [sic] quite naturally materialises at just the place the ball is about to fall, as...
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Culture in Mind: Toward a Sociology of Culture and Cognition

Karen A. Cerulo - 2002 - 308 pages
...invention and improvisation which enables the infinity of moves allowed by the game to be produced . . - the habitus as the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into a second nature. ( I990a:62-3l Institutions are integral to this perspective because of their connection to the distribution...
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Athletic Intruders: Ethnographic Research on Women, Culture, and Exercise

Anne Bolin, Jane Granskog - 2003 - 294 pages
...contexts and can be altered by the social actor as well as the environment surrounding a given activity. The habitus as the feel for the game is the social...simultaneously freer and more constrained than the action of a good player. He quite naturally materialises at just the place the ball is about to fall, as if the...
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Sport, Professionalism, and Pain: Ethnographies of Injury and Risk

P. David Howe - 2004 - 222 pages
...with assets, both economic and cultural. An example from the work of Bourdieu may be appropriate here: The habitus as the feel for the game is the social...simultaneously freer and more constrained than the action of a good player. He quite naturally materialises at just the place the ball is about to fall, as if the...
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Navigating Numeracies: Home/School Numeracy Practices

Brian V. Street, Dave Baker, Alison Tomlin - 2005 - 218 pages
...socialisation' (Lemke, 2003, p. 2). Bourdieu' himself associates such dispositions with the notion of games -, "the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into a second nature" (Bourdieu 1990 p 63). This can provide us with a way of making sense of some of the relations between...
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Sport, Culture and Society: An Introduction

Grant Jarvie - 2006 - 414 pages
...ground between structures and actions. Bourdieu (1990a) likens habitus to the feel for the game but the game is the social game embodied and turned into a second nature of doing things without thinking. Being a competent social actor involves having a mastery over social...
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Understanding Social Inequality

Tim Butler, Paul Watt - 2006 - 232 pages
...exposure to particular social conditions - hence we internalize external constraint within our bodies: 'the habitus as the feel for the game is the social game embodied and turned into a second nature' (Bourdieu, 1990: 63). The dispositions associated with a particular habitus are shared by people subjected...
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