File spoon-archives/bourdieu.archive/bourdieu_2000/bourdieu.0004, message 13


Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 08:45:36 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Habitus and learning styles...


Hello,

I have a question that I hope you might be able to help with.  I am
considering how students' learning styles are in opposition to an
instructors' teaching style.  Before this, however, I'm trying to show
that a learning style is a part of a persons' habitus.

Would you agree?

Is cultural capital a result of a persons' habitus?  Is a learning style
better thought of as cultural capital?

Does anyone have any thoughts on this symbolic violence when teaching and
learning style don't match?

Thank you.

Sincerely,


Gavin Young
NYC

ps. If you can think of any resources to answer these questions, would you
please reference them.  :)




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