This SPECIALIZED DICTIONARY (and the factual sociological content of the QUALIA III Monograph) is derived from a book by one of the 20th Century's greatest and foremost Sociologists, Dr. Pierre Bourdieu, of one of France's premiere graduate Institutes, the College de France, Paris, where Dr. Bourdieu is the President of the College of Sociology. His book is Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture, where 'Reproduction' means the reproducing, producing, and continuing, of the existing 'status quo', or social means, or mechanisms, or, in reality, the underlying structure, of any society, by which the 'Rulers', the Nobility, the Aristocracy (i.e., the Rich), actually 'rule' and control that society, and continue their societal rule, from generation to generation, by 'training' and placing their progeny, their children, in the 'positions of power' throughout society which enable them to inherit not only the 'riches' but also the 'power', as passed on to them by that ruling class. The 'Definitions' excerpted here are from his book and the Reader hereof is advised to read the entire book for a more complete picture of the actuality of that which has been presented here. Dr. Bourdieu's book, of course, relating such facts and information as presented here in detail, is however 'voiced' in a most academic prose, as well as presented in the French language. The English translation of the book is given following here:

"Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture"
by Pierre Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron
translated from the French by Richard Nice

Sage Publications
in association with Theory, Culture & Society

DEFINITIONS of Keywords/Phrases used in the QUALIA III Monograph
a full account of the selection process
a negatively constructive societal system
absolute societal control
academia's essential internal function
academia's external function
academia's ideological function
academic autonomy and class relations
academic brio
academic consecration
academic freedom
academic freedom and independence in society
academic sociologist maya
academic sociologists
adversarial proceedings
allied systemic structures
'alternative achievements' in education
American educational credentials
American societal ascription
American society stricto censu
a proposition/axiom
arbitrary positivity
arbitrary power
aristocratic ideology of birth
aristocratism of talent
a theory of classes
autonomous power
bourgeois heredity
bourgeois ideology of grace and giftedness
class habitus
collateral power
competitive hierarchies
cultural arbitrary
cultural arbitrary qualification
cultural capital
cultural relativism
de facto power
destiny in situ
divine intervention
economic power
educational career
educational system
educational system legitimacy
educational system transhistory
educational titles
evolutionist economism
exchange of powers
financial power
functional duplicity in academia
hierarchy of academic achievement
homo hierarchicus
identifying possible relationships for school systems
'in absentia'-the realities of legitimation
in power
institutional and social conditions permitting a cultural arbitrary
keeping 'the dregs of society' out of school by 'honest means'
'laissez-faire' habitus in society
language of authority
legitimate physical violence
legitimate symbolic violence
legitimate use of physical violence
legitimate violence
legitimating class relations
legitimating the social order
legitimation and accreditation of government
leveraged power
liberation and exposure of corruption as the means of concealment of corruption
linguistic and cultural capital
maya, academia and the social order
medical 'selection' (an example)
misrecognition parameters
misrecognition versus legitimacy
moral depravity as selection
moralization of history
negative dispositions/predispositions
negative power
negative societal parameters
negative sociology
noblesse oblige
objective truth
pan-econometric monism
pedagogic action
pedagogic authority
pedagogic communications
pedagogic conservatism
pedagogic justification
pedagogic order and ambition
pedagogic work
pedagogic work and educational systems summarized
pedagogical judgement
pedagogical mediations
pedagogical relations
perpetual violence
petty-bourgeois ideology of laborious ascesis
philosophia perennis
political argument
political power
positive power
power basis
power efficacy
power foundations
power legitimacy
power of appointment
power of attorney
power of sale
power relations
power symbolism
professional ideology of mastery
professorial charisma
properties of an educational and social system
rapports de force
reality and the misconceptions of sociologists
relative power
ruling class
scholastic hierarchy of abilities
school-social market correlate
self-elimination and the 'interest of society'
social and political conservatism
social class specialization
social conditions
social essence
social functions of an institution
social functions of pedagogic violence
social genesis
social legitimacy
social order
social selection
social structure
social violence
societal focii
societal hierarchies
societal maya, as regards academia
societal miscegenation
societal power
societal powers transition
societal structure
societal violence
sociological inquiry into 'the hidden functions' (of education and the social order)
sociological negativity
sociology of education
spontaneist conceptions of pedagogic action
spontaneous societal representations
structural homology
structure of educational chances/opportunities
survival beyond explanation
symbolic imposition
symbolic peace (pax symbolica)
symbolic power
symbolic violence
technical competence and academic/social selection
technical selection
the academic cult of the Golden Mean
the American ruse
the Americanism of society
the double negation of academic norms
the dynamics of social exclusion
the educational system demand
the educational system's external function
the exclusivity of academic consecration
the external demands upon academia
the functional duplicity (duality) of educational systems
the general interest
the homology of violence
the ideological function of a educational system
the ideology of 'disinterestedness'
the legitimacy of educational degrees
the middle-class predisposition
the negative dimension of society
the negative sociology of 'the general interest'
the powers that be
the pressing sociological question of the moment
the reductionist fallacy of academic analyses
the relative autonomy of the educational system
the relative independence of educational systems
the ruling ideas
the scholastic cult of brio
the social conditions of academia
the social selection of self-exclusion
the systemics of academic evolution
the theory of the habitus
theoretical construction
traditional economic conduct
tyrannical positivity
U.S. statistics
ultimate rationale
ultimate truth
unconscious sanctions anticipation
work-role dictated by class Membership
worldly compromise

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Father Jerome's DICTIONARY of KEYWORDS/PHRASES used in his scientific writings and at his QUFD website

Father Jerome's PSYCHOSOCIOLOGICAL DICTIONARY of Terms/Phrases used in Monograph III of his QUALIA Series

Father Jerome's SPECIALIZED DICTIONARY of KEYWORDS/PHRASES pertaining to Bose-Einstein Condensates of Non-Matter and Incorporeality, as used in his Works, in QUFD Physics and in the 'QUFD Textbook' Website

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