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Examples of Socio-material Analyses Three analyses of cultural products that have adopted Hennion’s socio-material perspective will be described here. The ﬁrst is the work by the British music sociologist Tia DeNora on music in everyday life, which highlights ways in which cultural objects become actively involved in conﬁguring social practices. The second example consists in studies of architectural practices by the Bulgarian sociologist Albena Yaneva, which draw attention to the affordances of materials in creative work practices.
Tony Bennett, “The Work of Culture,” Cultural Sociology, no. 1 (2007): 31–47. 7. See Making & Selling Culture, ed. Richard M. Ohmann (Hanover, Germany, and London: Wesleyan University Press, 1996). 8. Cf. Sherry B. Ortner’s most recent book, Not Hollywood: Independent Film at the Twilight of the American Dream (Durham, NC, and London: Duke University Press, 2013). 9. John T. Caldwell, “Industrial Geography Lessons: Socio-professional Rituals and the Borderlands of Production Culture,” In Media Space: Place, Scale, and Culture in a Media Age, eds Nick Couldry and Anna McCarthy (London: Routledge, 2004), 163–190.
How is value converted to or from the deep text? What kinds of socioprofessional rituals or interactions are these deep texts embedded within? Can you count or articulate the number of human relationships or connections in the interpersonal network that this deep text is embedded within? These are all working questions that should help researchers make critical distinctions, in deciding what to include and what to leave out. I like the way you problematize the “inside-outsider,” since navigating one’s place in a new community of practice is indeed tricky business.