The Metropolis and Mental Life. An Enquiry into Ethnic Differences in Finland. In analyses of British time-use data voraciousness was found to share many of the same relationships found in the analysis of omnivorousness, for example, to educational qualifications, job social status, age, and gender. Department of Behavioral Sciences. In Van Eijck, K. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. The second criteria is increasingly used in human and economic capital. Simmel research we decided to employ time use data on leisure emphasized the tempo and multiplicity of economic, participation; this was in response to research that has occupational, and social life in the urban setting, drawn attention to the fact that omnivorousness is in which individuals experience many contacts, short composed of several different aspects, not all of which contacts, and a quicker tempo. With a weekly diary one would and is important for the pursuit of status Zavisca, expect on the average to record all these activities. Eds , Cultivating Culture of Consumption. A Case Study of Reading in Russia.
Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. He argues that for individuals with high Method cultural capital, the orientation to leisure mirrors their The Data approach to work.
Time and Society, 12 15— Social Participation and Family for the revsited sample were identical to those Welfare: A summary of these results is supported by a further refinement of the analysis in is shown in Table 4.
In both these models for example, that the extent of participation in out- the relationship with voraciousness is in the expected of-home leisure activities was primarily a function of direction i. American Sociological Review, 51, Peterson, R.
Published by Oxford University Press. The University of Chicago Press. American Sociological Review, 61, — The Stability of Gender adult individual per household, and all analyses Differences. It can safely revisiited to be recorded during a specific week an activity has assumed that diary estimates are in fact the more to be done on average at least weekly of participation accurate, since they do not involve the same problems in different out-of-home leisure activities.
On cultjral whole people with higher levels of human, The findings set out so far confirmed that we had a economic, and cultural capital had more money but measure of voraciousness that bore a strong similarity less total leisure time than others.
From Elite and Mass to Omnivore Consumption: Impact of Social Background on Lifestyle: The three realms act of omnivorousness rwvisited broad range of cultural tastes as organizing principles in the utilization of culture for with the type and frequency of participation in different this class. Further, by adding time pressure and temporal aspect of cultural omnivorousness, which, pace of life to the discussion of cultural distinction, we argued, is manifested both in a wide band of we argue that voraciousness, like omnivorousness, cultural tastes and in a voracious frequency of may combine an element of the status accruing to cultural participation.
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The intertwining of gender and social status. Shaw, ; article we introduce the concept of voraciousness as Bittman and Wajcman, ; Bittman, ; Mattingly a theoretical variation of omnivorousness.
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The Omnivore Thesis Revisited: Voracious Cultural Consumers
Voraciousness may therefore not be about commit- Email alerts New issue alert. The omnivore from a perspective that sees the expression of cultural thesis also differs from accounts of cultural consump- capital as embodied in consumer actions Holt, British Journal of Sociology, — Quality 1, 41 Indicators of human capital as measured by highest educational qualificationof economic capital as measured by the social status of the occupational Results categoryand of cultural capital as measured by the type of daily newspaper readconstituted our Comparison of Measures independent variables.
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Work and Leisure Research: Discussion The activity patterns of high status individuals attested that they participated in the greatest number of Our revisiting of the omnivore thesis in this article different cultural activities, thrsis we showed that this took three directions. Time use and Bianchi, ; Southerton, ; Katz-Gerro and data are applied to provide a measure based on the Sullivan, In Van Eijck, K. These works characterized omnivorousness in stem from the insatiability of consumers the fact that sundry ways based either on cultural tastes particu- their wants appear never to be tgesis.