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Cultural consumption and the habitus: The role of knowledge and aesthetic dispositions The habitus is a crucial concept in Bourdieus theory of taste. In this article, we assess the relations between cultural taste or participation and two measured elements of habitus: aesthetic dispositions and domain-specific knowledge. To his end, we have analyzed a sample of 2,500 Flemings in . Active culture lovers attach more significance to the form of cultural products than to their functiondoi:10.5117/mem2013.1.vane fatcat:vzaly6x3pzfr7etygvsrqejsey