As that idea that individual reflection must be ingrained in science and push for social change, reflexivity is a permanent look in the mirror about what we should and sometimes must do as scholars. Ideas such as symbolic violence and linguistic habitus are a constant reminder of the overt and covert power of language, that discourse is not to be taken lightly especially crucial in the Era of Truthiness we live under , and that our choices of words make a world of difference.
Bourdieu's work, to me, is a constant invitation to interrogate our words and our world, to question and critique the different messages that come to us, not to take for granted the intentions of those who send us messages on the media, and to always keep our eyes open for spaces to push for counter-messages. In fact, every time I return to Bourdieu's work, I find another piece of a puzzle about how to solve the riddles from "The Matrix. Please sign up or log in to share your story about how this grandparent influenced your work in media literacy.
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