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Uit en thuis?: een verkennende analyse van publieke en private muziekconsumptie in Vlaanderen

Author: Henk Roose orcid logo

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    Uit en thuis?: een verkennende analyse van publieke en private muziekconsumptie in Vlaanderen

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Research on cultural omnivorousness and its correlates uses a variety of measures, not only in terms of the cultural products/activities included, but also with regard to the nature of the relation with these products/activities. Some researchers use taste preferences, others use cultural praxis within the home or in the public sphere. This article probes into the interplay between public and private music consumption and the breadth of participation in and out of doors. Is there any convergence between the genres people listen to at home and those of the concerts they attend? Is the music palette broader at home or not? Using Latent Class Analysis a typology of private and public music consumers is constructed to see if different types of omnivores show up. By means of Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA) – a technique popularized by Pierre Bourdieu in France – a space of music consumption in Flanders is created and its social structuring is explored.

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Roose, H., (2008) “Uit en thuis?: een verkennende analyse van publieke en private muziekconsumptie in Vlaanderen”, Tijdschrift voor Sociologie 29(4), 424–451. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/sociologos.86717

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20 Aug 2008
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