David Wright
David Wright
Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies
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Culture Class Distinction
T Bennett, M Savage, E Silva, A Warde, M Gayo-Cal, D Wright
Routledge, 2009
Understanding cultural omnivorousness: Or, the myth of the cultural omnivore
A Warde, D Wright, M Gayo-Cal
Cultural sociology 1 (2), 143-164, 2007
The omnivorous orientation in the UK
A Warde, D Wright, M Gayo-Cal
Poetics 36 (2-3), 148-165, 2008
Mediating production and consumption: Cultural capital and ‘cultural workers’
D Wright
The British Journal of Sociology 56 (1), 105-121, 2005
Using mixed methods for analysing culture: The cultural capital and social exclusion project
E Silva, A Warde, D Wright
Cultural sociology 3 (2), 299-316, 2009
Understanding cultural taste: Sensation, skill and sensibility
D Wright
Springer, 2015
Commodifying respectability: Distinctions at work in the bookshop
D Wright
Journal of Consumer Culture 5 (3), 295-314, 2005
The judgement of taste and social position in focus group research
EB Silva, D Wright
Sociologia e ricerca sociale, 241-253, 2005
Displaying desire and distinction in housing
EB Silva, D Wright
Cultural Sociology 3 (1), 31-50, 2009
Cosmopolitan nationalism and the cultural reach of the white British
M Savage, D Wright, M Gayo‐Cal
Nations and Nationalism 16 (4), 598-615, 2010
Cultural capital and the literary field
D Wright
Cultural Trends 15 (2-3), 123-139, 2006
Methodological issues in national-comparative research on cultural tastes: The case of cultural capital in the UK and Finland
S Purhonen, D Wright
Cultural Sociology 7 (2), 257-273, 2013
Making tastes for everything: Omnivorousness and cultural abundance
D Wright
Journal for Cultural Research 15 (4), 355-371, 2011
Cultural capital and the cultural field in contemporary Britain
T Bennett, M Savage, E Silva, A Warde, M Gayo-Cal, D Wright
CRESC (Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change), 2005
Researching cultural capital: Complexities in mixing methods
E Silva, D Wright
Methodological Innovations Online 2 (3), 2008
Critical response to Archer et al.(2015)“Science Capital”: A conceptual, methodological, and empirical argument for extending Bourdieusian notions of capital beyond the arts
E Jensen, D Wright
Science Education 99 (6), 1143-1146, 2015
Comparing “cosmopolitanism”: Taste, nation and global culture in Finland and the UK
D Wright, S Purhonen, R Heikkilä
Comparative Sociology 12 (3), 330-360, 2013
“Hopeful work” and the creative economy
D Wright
The Palgrave handbook of creativity at work, 311-325, 2018
Watching The Big Read with Pierre Bourdieu: Forms of heteronomy in the contemporary literary field
D Wright
Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC) Working Paper Series, 1-22, 2007
Media Culture, the Social Organisation of Media Practices in Contemporary Britain: A Report for the British Film Institute
T Bennett, M Savage, E Silva, A Warde, M Gayo-Cal, D Wright
British Film Institute, 2006
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