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An analysis of the way Bourdieu’s work has been received in Latin America necessarily involves taking into consideration the particular characteristics of the fields of reception in their different successive states. Although such processes of reception may have certain features in common, following the cadence set by the edition and circulation of the translated versions of the works, each national field has its own dynamic and thus demands specific study. The author starts by describing Bourdieu’s relationship with Latin America before examining the Argentine case in greater depth.
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