Brigitte Nielsen's Im Leben wird dir nichts geschenkt. PDF

By Brigitte Nielsen

Brigitte Nielsen warfare die markante Schauspiel-Ikone der 80er-Jahre. speedy zwei Meter groß, mit platinblondem Bürstenhaarschnitt, spielte sie nach ihrer Tätigkeit als version für Armani und Versace Rollen in Filmen wie Rocky IV, crimson Sonja und Beverly Hills Cop II. Doch ihr Leben verlief nicht immer nur glamourös. In ihrer Autobiografie zeigt sie eine ganz andere Frau als die Trash-Queen, die mit zweitklassigen Filmen, einer skandalumwitterten Ehe mit Sylvester Stallone und zahllosen Affären, u. a. mit Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stoff für die Klatschpresse lieferte. Abseits der Scheinwerfer kämpfte sie mit Alkoholproblemen, finanziellen Problemen und der Sorge, wie sie ihre drei Kinder durchbringen sollte. All dies gipfelte in einem Selbstmordversuch, den sie glücklicherweise unbeschadet überstand. Brigitte Nielsen erzählt eine Lebensgeschichte mit Rückschlägen, Verletzungen und dem Kampf mit Männern, die ihr nicht guttun – eine Geschichte additionally, in der sich viele Frauen wiedererkennen. Sie ist erschütternd und spannend zu lesen, macht aber auch Mut und vermittelt die Weisheit, die aus überstandenen Krisen erwächst. Kurz: das Leben einer Frau, die sich trotz aller Höhen und Tiefen selbst treu geblieben ist und nun ihr Glück gefunden hat.

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They are more ‘knowing’, certainly they claim to be more knowledgeable and authoritative, than native interpretations. They adopt a ‘theoretical posture’ to the social world in question: their aim lies, strictly speaking, outside that world and in that sense they are non-practical. Sociological knowledge, then, is divorced from the knowledge required to do the things about which sociology purports to know. [5] In other words, the point of view of the detached sociological observer—looking for explanations—produces a distorted understanding of the situation in question, a view which reifies and overemphasises ideals, norms, values, etc.

Bourdieu, The Logic of Practice, Cambridge, Polity (1990), p. 9. Maranda (eds), Échanges et communi cations: Melanges offerts à Claude Lévi-Strauss a l’occasion de son 60ème anniversaire, Paris, Mouton (1970). Various English language versions of this are available: Social Science Information, 9 (1970), pp. ), Rules and Meanings, Harmondsworth, Penguin (1973), pp. Bourdieu, Algeria 1960, op. , pp. Bourdieu, The Logic of Practice, op. , pp. 271–83. He also draws upon the analysis in Outline of a Theory of Practice.

It is one of the greatest strengths of Bourdieu’s sociology that he has never lost sight of the practicality of epistemological issues (or of their importance). It is in this context that one must understand Bourdieu’s studies of the Béarn district, where he grew up and to which he subsequently returned as an ethnographer, and the institutions of higher education in France, where he trained, worked, struggled for professional recognition and advancement and undertook a protracted kind of participantobserver research.

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