「蚁族研究」成为近年对大学毕业群体的公共讨论的学术基础。本文尝试从布迪厄的反思社会学角度，审视这类研究背后一些未经反思的概念范畴。论文指出，「蚁族」这个概念掩盖而非揭示了当代中国变动中的阶级变动过程。要令社会科学视野具反思性，需要对相关现象重新概念化，结合改革开放以来的阶级及阶层学术讨论，并把问题意识由针对一个特定群体，转移到更广阔的时空及政经脉络，尤其是对「文化」及「阶级」的新互动关系中。 "Ant-tribe Study" has become the academic basis for the public discussion on college graduates. In the light of Pierre Bourdieu’s reflexive sociology, this paper attempts to re-examine the unthought categories of "Ant-tribe Study". It is argued that the term "Ant-tribe" has covered up, rather than revealed, the changing process of class formation in contemporary China. In order to strengthen reflexivity, one has to reconceptualize the relevant phenomena and articulate it with the academic discussion on class ans stratification since the beginning of economic reform. The problematics have to shift from a particular group of people to the broad context of tempo-spatial and politico-economic changes, especially the new dynamics of "culture" and "class".
|Original language||Chinese (Simplified)|
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||公共行政评论 = Journal of Public Administration|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2011|