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Journal:   CULTURAL STUDIES & COMMUNICATION   FALL 2016 , Volume 12 , Number 44 ; Page(s) 173 To 197.
 
Paper: 

SOCIOLOGICAL READING BY BOURDIEU OF THE FILM A SEPARATION OF NADER FROM SIMIN WITH AN EMPHASIS ON IRAN’S SOCIETY

 
 
Author(s):  PARVAEI HAREDASHT SHIVA*
 
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Abstract: 

Bourdieu had the help of two concepts of “Habitus” and “Field” to explain his theory and to show social distinctions, he argues that the social world is made up of different fields. Each field has its own certain habitus and they can change depending on the field`s change. He believes that modern world is based on distinction. This distinction is clear in structural concepts such as space, class, capital and also in reaction concepts such as habitus, intra field performances and taste. It can be argued that the world in the modern world is the place for distinction. Given up development of modernity in varied world, there are lots of fields of distinction. Understanding the distinction in every society and cultural practices need reading of internal texts of the society. Understanding texts with Bourdieu approach can show distinctive approaches in each society.
Usually texts such as art, novels, movies, theater, cinema, literature and other areas of popular culture overflows society in which we can read distinction modeling. In this article given to reading of one of the texts (A Separation) with Bourdieu approach sought to show modeling and distinctive aspects. Such a reading could be useful in understanding the application of concepts in Iranian society. In this film Farhadi makes distinctions, class and cultural recognitions prominent based on habitus and capitals. This means people in various fields and according to capital and habitus are willing to show off and on this basis they are either winner or loser.

 
Keyword(s): BOURDIEU, DISTINCTION, HABITAS, CAPITALS, A SEPARATION
 
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