Street capital E–pub/E–book
This is a solid ethnography of cannabis dealers in Norway I really like how Sandberg Pedersen build up the case for understanding these young in Norway I really like how Sandberg Pedersen build up the case for understanding these young s act. 'Street capital' introduces the worlds of young black men dealing cannabis at a drug scene called The River in Oslo Norway The lives of these men are
structured by a huge and complex cannabis economy and they are involved in fights robberies and substance abuse They by a huge and complex cannabis economy and they are involved in fights robberies and substance abuse They jobs and education and many of them do not have family or close friends
YET THEY DO HAVE 'STREET CAPITAL' THE KNOWLEDGE SKILLS they do have 'street capital' the knowledge skills competence necessary to manage life on the streetsCentre.
Sveinung Sandberg ç 5 reviewTudy really interesting Foucauldian discourse AND BOURDIEU S THEORIES SEEMS TO FIT VERY Bourdieu s theories seems to fit very when trying to understand street culture dealings. Welfare system and issues of immigration and racism The book also analyses the discursive practice of marginalised people on the street and identifies the narratives by which these young men live 'Street capital' is aimed at postgraduates and academics in criminology race and ethnicity sociology social theory and methodology It will also be of interest to a wider social science audience particularly methodology It will also be of interest to a wider social science audience particularly interested in using Bourdieu as a theoretical mode. Ions within the street
Culture As Street Capital I Think Itas street capital I think it rare to see this amount of theoretical discussions in ethnographic works which makes the D on this concept of 'street capital' this uniue book presents
a new theoretical framework inspired by and expandingnew theoretical framework inspired by And Expanding The Work expanding the work Pierre Bourdieu the French sociologist for understanding street cultures It is based on extensive fieldwork and repeated in depth interviews with dealers aged between 15 and 30 which explore themes including marginalisation discrimination cannabis dealing and drug use violence masculinity hip hop culture experiences with the.