File spoon-archives/bourdieu.archive/bourdieu_1997/may12, message 51


Date: Mon, 12 May 1997 16:50:51 +0200
Subject: Re: contribution


>I saw that someone was asking about correspondence analysis 
<snip>
>That book (Correspondence
>Analysis in the Social Sciences, Academic Press) is the closest you get to
>that (the way B uses correspondence analysis).
>I have still to find analytic texts that discusses epistemological issues
>and correspondence analysis, i.e. how does correspondence analysis
>construct scientific knowledge, what is left out, or excluded, when
>knowledge is formed via correspondence analysis, etc.?
I may be able to help ?
For those of you, that read swedish, Donald Broadys thesis, called
"Sociologi och epistimologi", contains a chapter on the correspondence
analysis of Bourdieu. He has also published (in a very small number) a
thing called "Jean-Paul Benzecri och korrespondensanalysen", also in
swedish. I haven't read either - yet - but plan to do so, as part of a
project on Bourdieu and objectivism. Both are published from HLS f"orlag
in Stockholm.
The thesis, btw, revolves around Bourdieu and french epistemology, and is
IMHO well worth reading - at least the part I've read so far !
<><><><><><><><><><janjaf-AT-dorit.ihi.ku.dk><><><><><><><><><>
"This: that you when criticising are required to include di-
rections for improving what you criticise, I hold to be bo-
urgeoisi prejudice." - Theodor W. Adorno.
[Jan Frederiksen][Educational Sc. & CS][Univ. of Copenhagen]

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