Howard S. Becker (*1928)

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Zusammenfassung

Heute finden Howard S. Beckers Untersuchungen in einschlägigen kunstsoziologischen Überblickswerken, Textsammlungen und Lehrbüchern regelmäßig Erwähnung (Alexander 2003; Danko 2012; Gerhards 1997; Heinich 2001; Tanner 2003). Dabei hätte aus dem Klavier spielenden Becker ebenso gut ein Berufsmusiker werden können: »I entered sociology by accident … Actually, I was playing the piano; I intended to be a musician … I signed up in sociology without knowing what I was getting into…« (Debro 1986: 25f.). Eine eindeutige Zuordnung zur Kunstsoziologie wird dadurch erschwert, dass Beckers Arbeiten mehrere Bindestrichsoziologien verbinden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität zu KölnKölnDeutschland

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