Kapitał kulturowy a związki intymne. Antropologiczne studium przypadku
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Słowa kluczowe

klasa średnia
związki intymne
miłość romantyczna
kapitał kulturowy
Delhi
Indie

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Romanowicz, A. (2021). Kapitał kulturowy a związki intymne. Antropologiczne studium przypadku. Etnografia Polska, 65(1-2). Pobrano z https://journals.iaepan.pl/ep/article/view/2778

Abstrakt

Małżeństwa aranżowane są najbardziej popularną formą relacji intymnych w Indiach. Niemniej jednak, coraz częściej - wśród miejskiej klasy średniej - zdarzają się małżeństwa z miłości oraz związki nieformalne. Niestety, literatura antropologiczna rzadko porusza zagadnienie miłości romantycznej i jej powiązania z klasą społeczną. Jeszcze rzadsze są badania miłości romantycznej z zastosowaniem techniki obserwacji uczestniczącej. W tym artykule autorka analizuje powiązania pomiędzy różnymi typami związków heteroseksualnych a klasą społeczną. Innymi słowy, omawia formy kapitału kulturowego, które odgrywają rolę w wyborze partnera i wpływają na stabilność i trwałość relacji. Artykuł opiera się na etnograficznych badaniach terenowych w Delhi.

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