Capital spatial. Sept enjeux pour une contribution géographique à la théorie de la pratique de Pierre Bourdieu.

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Title
Capital spatial. Sept enjeux pour une contribution géographique à la théorie de la pratique de Pierre Bourdieu.
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EspacesTemps.net
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Stock Mathis, Lucas Léopold
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Published
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18/11/2022
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Oui
Language
french
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Abstract
This article is a reflection upon the “spatial capital”, a concept proposed in addition to the capitals introduced by Pierre Bourdieu in his practice theory. Indeed, this theory does not take into account the spatial dimensions as societal issue, and one of the geographers’ tasks may consist in integrating them. But this concept provokes a debate in geography. Drawing on the Bourdieusian conceptual framework, this paper raises seven issues to consider when including a “spatial capital”. The purpose is to show why this concept is necessary, specifically in the understanding of human spatialities, and more broadly for a geographical contribution to the theory of practice.
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