For a Sociology of Fashion: bodies, media and aestheticization. Why read Joanne Entwistle?

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Sociology as a constituent part of the humanities is produced in the text. Sociological thinking and imagination – substantial elements of this métier – exist purely and only in the abstraction of another world. They configure the amorphous and complex matter that will be embodied and systematized in textual production. In this sense, the interested sociologist acts as a channel through which this set of hypotheses and imagined universes must necessarily traverse in their gestational process. [...]

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Publicado
2019-12-19
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Figueredo, H. G. (2019). For a Sociology of Fashion: bodies, media and aestheticization. Why read Joanne Entwistle?. dObra[s] – Revista Da Associação Brasileira De Estudos De Pesquisas Em Moda, 12(27), 238-242. https://doi.org/10.26563/dobras.v12i27.993
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