Algeria 1960 The disenchantment of the world, The sense of honour, TheKabyle house or the world reversed : essays by Pierre Bourdieu

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Published by Cambridge University Press, Éditions de la Maison des Sciences de l"Homme in Cambridge, Paris .

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  • Economic development -- Case studies.,
  • Capitalism -- Case studies.,
  • Algeria -- Economic conditions.

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Statementby Pierre Bourdieu ; translated by Richard Nice.
SeriesStudies inmodern capitalism = -- Études sur le capitalisme moderne, Studies inmodern capitalism
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Paginationviii,158p. ;
Number of Pages158
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Open LibraryOL22204539M
ISBN 100521220904

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