//Entries by Fabrice Ripoll


Capital(s) according to Pierre Bourdieu

The notion of capitals has a long history inside political economy (today termed “economic science”), within which it takes on different meanings, according to the diverse theoretical orientations into which it is inserted. It can be a good which allows the production of other goods; it can be an invested patrimony which allows profits to […]

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Social space

In geography, and even more so in the humanities and social sciences, the term ‘social space’ is both very important (and even essential) and polysemous (and even elusive). When it refers to or is articulated with what is also sometimes called ‘geographical space’, it is to give it a social content that varies according to […]