Kunstsociologie I: Inleiding

Faculteit Letteren
Jaar 2021/22
Vakcode LWX027P05
Vaknaam Kunstsociologie I: Inleiding
Niveau(s) propedeuse, facultaire minor
Voertaal Engels
Periode semester I a
ECTS 5
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Uitgebreide vaknaam Kunstsociologie I: Inleiding
Leerdoelen After completion of the course unit students will be able to report, in writing and orally, on the most important arts sociological issues and theories concerning the relationship between the arts and society to an audience of interested listeners.
Omschrijving Arts Sociology introduces students to how sociologists study the arts. Starting from the questions about how to define art sociologically, and what sociology is, the course subsequently turns attention to and focuses on consumption of art and culture, based on the critical sociology perspective of Pierre Bourdieu’s distinction theory, calling attention to the connection between cultural consumption patterns and
social stratification. As a further elaboration of this perspective, the course discusses the omnivore thesis that has been introduced as a way of nuancing distinction theory, and, lastly, gives an introduction to cultural policy studies.
Uren per week 4
Onderwijsvorm hoorcollege, werkcollege
Toetsvorm schriftelijk tentamen, schriftelijke opdracht(en)
(Students can write their assignments in Dutch or English.)
Vaksoort propedeuse
Coördinator D. Padure
Docent(en) D. Padure , M.E. Pinto Reyes
Verplichte literatuur
Titel Auteur ISBN Prijs
Sociology About Art: An Introduction to How Sociologists Study The Arts, unpublished manuscript, reader which will be made available to students S.M. Strandvad and Q.L. van den Hoogen (2020)
Entreevoorwaarden none
Opmerkingen 80% attendance requirement; demonstrable active participation, meeting deadlines
Opgenomen in
Opleiding Jaar Periode Type
Course units for exchange students 1 semester I a intr
Ba Kunsten, Cultuur en Media  (Major) 1 semester I a verplicht
Facultaire Minor Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship 3 semester I a verplicht