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  1. Sociology is a Martial Art (original title in French La sociologie est un sport de combat) is a French documentary film released in 2001, directed by Pierre Carles and conceived by the latter as an attempt to make sociology known, and more particularly the work of sociologist Pierre Bourdieu.

  2. 2 de mai. de 2001 · Sociology Is a Martial Art: Directed by Pierre Carles. With Pierre Bourdieu, José Bové, Pierre Carles, Gaby Reich. For three years, Pierre Carles followed French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, working to have his research understood and people prompted to action.

  3. 14 de jul. de 2023 · Sociology is a martial art : political writings by Pierre Bourdieu Bookreader Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Share to Twitter ...

  4. 25 de jan. de 2024 · SOCIOLOGY IS A MARTIAL ART, a new documentary about Bourdieu's life, became an unexpected hit in France just prior to his death. Filmed over three years, director Pierre Carles' camera follows Bourdieu as he lectures, attends political rallies, travels, meets with his students, staff, and research team in Paris, and includes Bourdieu ...

  5. 8 de mai. de 2002 · Filmed over three years, Sociology is a Martial Art follows Bourdieu as he lectures, attends political rallies, travels, and meets with his students, staff, and research team in Paris. The screening will be followed by an informal discussion on Bourdieu’s work and influence.

  6. I am struck by the translation of the film’s title into English: “La sociologie est un sport du combat” becomes “Sociology is a Martial Art”. There is no warrant for translating combat sport as martial art. Both words exist in French as they do in English, so why this mistranslation?

  7. 29 de abr. de 2024 · I often say that sociology is a martial art, a means of self-defense. Basically, you use it to defend yourself, without having the right to use it for unfair attacks. (2000), La Sociologie est un sport de combat; cited in: John Horne, Wolfram Manzenreiter (2004), Football Goes East. p. xii.