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Sociale mobiliteit en verwachtingen ten aanzien van films

Stijn Daenekindt (UGent) and Henk Roose (UGent)
(2011) MENSCH EN MAATSCHAPPIJ. 86(3). p.257-278
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The present study focuses on the effect of social mobility on taste: is taste predominantly shaped during primary socialization, or is it the result of a multitude of socializing experiences? As a measure of taste we consider four aesthetic expectations towards films – attitudes towards innovative, emotional, action and normative dimensions of films. Using data from a large-scale survey among the Flemish population (n = 2,849) and applying diagonal reference models, results show that each disposition is affected differently by social mobility. The innovative disposition is guided by the socialization context associated with the highest social status. The emotional and action disposition are influenced by both primary and secondary socialization, and the normative disposition is predominantly shaped by the secondary socialization context. We explain these different effects by the specific nature and status of the different dispositions.
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social inequality, habitus, taste, cultural participation, Social mobility, diagonal reference models, films

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Daenekindt, Stijn, and Henk Roose. 2011. “Sociale Mobiliteit En Verwachtingen Ten Aanzien Van Films.” Mensch En Maatschappij 86 (3): 257–278.
APA
Daenekindt, S., & Roose, H. (2011). Sociale mobiliteit en verwachtingen ten aanzien van films. MENSCH EN MAATSCHAPPIJ, 86(3), 257–278.
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Daenekindt S, Roose H. Sociale mobiliteit en verwachtingen ten aanzien van films. MENSCH EN MAATSCHAPPIJ. 2011;86(3):257–78.
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Daenekindt, Stijn, and Henk Roose. “Sociale Mobiliteit En Verwachtingen Ten Aanzien Van Films.” MENSCH EN MAATSCHAPPIJ 86.3 (2011): 257–278. Print.
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  author       = {Daenekindt, Stijn and Roose, Henk},
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  journal      = {MENSCH EN MAATSCHAPPIJ},
  keyword      = {social inequality,habitus,taste,cultural participation,Social mobility,diagonal reference models,films},
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  number       = {3},
  pages        = {257--278},
  title        = {Sociale mobiliteit en verwachtingen ten aanzien van films},
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