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Boho – an evolution of the bourgeoisie?
For Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter, a new form of bourgeoisie stemming from the tertiary sector emerged around the 1960s in North America. Far from the figure of the austere bourgeois, this one is “creative” and “bohemian”, and if it always seeks a moral justification, this one is now colored by ecologism or citizenism, according to the model of the counter -culture came from the American west coast, and strongly conformist.
For the geographer Christophe Guilluy, “if [les] sores are not confused with the traditional bourgeoisie, a bourgeoisie that they stigmatize on the contrary for its selfishness and its social gregariousness, they do not represent less the upper layers of working-class neighborhoods”. Indeed, they have less heritage than this traditional bourgeoisie and live, unlike them, in districts of large cities concentrating a social and ethnic mix. This choice of location, a priori linked to a desire for social diversity, is also explained by the lower residential cost.
For Jacques Ellul, in parallel with the mutation of the social bond which in its traditional form would no longer correspond to the new bourgeois model, liberal society tends to become tribalized. The bourgeoisie would thus try to make people believe in its disappearance behind its new look. For the communist Michel Clouscard, if the bourgeoisie is looking for an alternative, its ideology remains in agreement with the mutations of capitalism and corresponds to the model of neo-liberalism, but property no longer appears there as a fundamental value.
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