2019
DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12342
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Abstract: This article seeks to contribute to the debate, within the feminist sociological theory and gender studies, about the possibility of ‘undoing gender’ in different social fields, mainly family relations. It is based on the premise that as women's objective dependency in the social structure decreases, the unstable character of what Bourdieu called ‘submissive dispositions’ becomes visible, and that women act reflectively, both to adapt to the challenges posed by their participation in different social fields an… Show more

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“…Furthermore, until a few years ago, the economy of Poland flourished with and belonged to new emerging markets -this status was changed to "developed" in 2017. All these four countries have a growing middle-class of aspiring consumers [Pieris, 2011;Inglot et al, 2012;Cypher, 2013;Findlay, 2013;Ost, 2015;Chandrasekara and Wijetunga, 2016;Rodas et al, 2019] while reinforcing the role of women in decision-making [Abeyasekera, 2016;Adebiyi et al, 2017;Anczyk and Malita-Król, 2017;Herrera and Agoff, 2019]. This trend was relevant for our study, as women could be perceived as key influencers of shopping habits worldwide [Brennan, 2011].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…Wright, 2009). Other studies conversely present how elites strategically use their accumulated capitals to exclude the "lower classes" and/or female individuals from access to high-status in social fields (Herrera & Agoff, 2019;Johansson & Jones, 2019;Maclean, Harvey, & Kling, 2014).…”
Section: Class Capitals and (Failed) Social Mobilitymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Alternatively, the framework is used to explain how social actors (fail to) move up the hierarchical ladder with a focus on how mobility between classes and positions is strategically navigated, often around the possession of the right forms of capitals (e.g., McLeod, O'Donohoe, & Townley, 2009; A. Wright, 2009). Other studies conversely present how elites strategically use their accumulated capitals to exclude the “lower classes” and/or female individuals from access to high‐status in social fields (Herrera & Agoff, 2019; Johansson & Jones, 2019; Maclean, Harvey, & Kling, 2014).…”
Section: Class In Mosmentioning
confidence: 99%