Mark Greif analyses the sociological process of categorizing people into groups. To achieve this, the author uses the analogy of the hipster, which is repulsed and shunned by many. The author finds that though no one would like to be associated with being a hipster, many people dressed and looked like hipsters.
This therefore, leads to the critically analysis of those who wear hipsters and finding exactly what hipsters are. In order to find the social premise Mark Geifer was proposing, this discussion will look at the social argument of Pierre Bourdieu. A comparison will be made of Greif’s arguments surrounding the hipster and the various social groups or social structure.
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