SnO events

13 February 2014

Survey's results presentation “The Institutional Logics of Love ? Measuring the Intimate Life of American Students”

  • When: 13/02/2014
  • Where: ESSEC CNIT Paris

Professor Roger Friedland with John Mohr, Henk Roose and Paolo Gardinali presented the results of their survey. Building on a long tradition of measuring cultural logics from a relational perspective, they analyze a recent survey of American university students to assess whether institutional logics operate in the lived experience of individuals. An institutional logic is an analytic troika of object, practice, and subject linked together through dually ordered systems of articulations. Using the formal method of correspondence analysis (MCA) they identify two latent dimensions that order physical, verbal, emotional, categorical, and moral practices of and investments in love.  

Please click here to watch the video of the presentation 

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