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" culture industry' is a targeted rather than an undifferentiated field, and lifestyle practices reflect the divisions of class and culture: . . . knowledge becomes important: knowledge of new goods, their social and cultural value, and how to use them... "
Consumer Culture and Postmodernism - Page 18
by Mike Featherstone - 2007 - 232 pages
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Universities and Corporate Universities: The Higher Learning Industry in ...

Peter Jarvis - 2001 - 180 pages
...in order to become marketable. Learning has become an aspect of symbolic capital (Bourdieu, 1984). Knowledge becomes important; knowledge of new goods,...most relevant. Here one may find most frequently the self-conscious auto-didact who is concerned to convey the appropriate and legitimate signals through...
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The Age of Learning: Education and the Knowledge Society

Peter Jarvis - 2001 - 230 pages
...lifestyle. It is for groups such as the new middle class, the new working class and the new rich and upper class, that the consumerculture magazines, newspapers,...most relevant. Here one may find most frequently the self-conscious autodidact who is concerned to convey the appropriate signals through his/her consumption...
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Philosophical Perspectives on Lifelong Learning

David N. Aspin - 2007 - 334 pages
...new middle class, the new working class and the new rich or upper class, that the consumer culture of magazines, newspapers, books television and radio...transformation, how to manage property, relationships and ambitions, how to construct a fulfilling lifestyle, are most relevant. (Featherstone 1991, p. 19) the...
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