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Cejudo Córdoba, Rafael; Montero Ariza, María del Mar; Ruiz Sánchez, José Carlos (2011)
Publisher: Asociación de Estudios de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Cultura, Consumo, Educación, Cine, Individualismo, Culture, Consumption, Education, Cinema, Individualism
Esta entrevista a Gilles Lipovetsky (París, 1944) aborda varias cuestiones acerca del consumo cultural en la sociedad actual. La obra de Lipovetsky es difícil de categorizar en un solo ámbito de conocimiento. Podría decirse de él que es un intelectual «híbrido» puesto que sus intereses oscilan entre el análisis social y la filosofía, atendiendo al lado paradójico de los acontecimientos mediante la atención prestada a asuntos poco frecuentes en el pensamiento político y ético. Algunos de los temas tratados en la entrevista se refieren a la función de la cultura en la sociedad hipermoderna, al actual vínculo entre cultura y consumo de masas, a la educación democrática y la cultura elitista, o a importantes industrias culturales como la moda y el cine. El sociólogo e intelectual francés concluye que el cine ha exportado el «modelo del star system» a toda la industria cultural. La entrevista a Lipovetsky se realizó con ocasión de esta sección monográfica de Ámbitos. This interview to Gilles Lipovetsky (Paris 1944) deals with several issues regarding culture consumption in present society. Lipovtsky’s work is difficult to categorize in just one branch of knowledge. He might be said a hybrid intellectual because his interests oscillate between social analysis and philosophy, looking for the paradoxical side of events by paying attention to infrequent topics in ethical and political thought. Some of the matters discussed in this interview are the role of culture in the hypermodern society, the present link between culture and mass consumption, democratic education and elitist culture, and some important cultural industries like fashion and cinema. The French sociologist and intellectual concludes that cinema has exported the «star system model» to the whole cultural industry. Lipovetsky was interviewed on the specific occasion of this monographic section of Ámbitos.
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