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" The conditions of rational calculation are practically never given in practice: time is limited, information is restricted, etc. And yet. agents do do, much more often than if they were behaving randomly, 'the only thing to do'. This is because, following... "
In Other Words: Essays Towards a Reflexive Sociology - Page 11
de Pierre Bourdieu - 1990 - 223 pages
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Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in and After the Soviet Union: The Mind ...

Valery Tishkov - 1997 - 334 pages
...do') much more often than would be the case if they were acting randomly. He goes on to explain that 'this is because, following the intuitions of a "logic...anticipate the necessity immanent in the way of the world'(Bourdieu, 1990, p. 11). Let us take an example that illustrates the relevance of this theory...
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Deliberative Policy Analysis: Understanding Governance in the Network Society

Maarten A. Hajer, Hendrik Wagenaar - 2003 - 307 pages
...the world. In a wonderfully evocative example he explains what he means: You need only think of the of the impulsive decision made by the tennis player...anticipate the necessity immanent in the way of the world. (Bourdieu 199o: 1 1) Thus, although action is purposeful and effective, it is not, in essence, ruledriven...
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