Habitus The structures constitutive of a particular type of environment produce habitus; systems of durable, transposable dispositions, structured structures predisposed to function as structuring structures that is as the principles of the generation and structuring of practices and representations which can be objectively regulated and regular without in any way being product of obedience to rules.
Habitus meaningful practices, sense of practicality interaction with the social and material worlds. installed generative principle of regulated improvisations, produces practices which tend to reproduce regularities habitus tries to produce similar practices over structures in an attempt to transfer the future. all the experiences, psychological or physiological effects that people encounters are shaped and formed a body in habitus
Structure,Objective objective structures are the products, they are determined by the past conditions which have produced the principle of their production and their outcome of identical or interchangeable past practices coincides with their own outcome so that they are the product are prolonged in the structures within which they function. Type of conditions of existance
Praxis (Practice) praxis is taken as the process of “putting theory into practice,” from praxis to practico-inert
Habitus and Culture which have been built through cultural practices. a variable for cultural perceptions habitus internalized cultural rules cultural capital, social status system are related to habitus