March 1997, Volume 24, Number 1

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: The Study of Literature and Culture - Systems and Fields
HENDRIK VAN GORP
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1-5
Itamar Even-Zohar's Polysystem Culture Research
JOSÉ LAMBERT
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7-14
Factors and Dependencies in Culture: A Revised Outline for Polysystem Culture Research
ITAMAR EVEN-ZOHAR
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15-34
Models and Habituses: Problems in the Idea of Cultural Repertoires
RAKEFET SHEFFY
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35-47
Polysystem Theory and Cultural Studies
PATRICK CATTRYSSE
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49-55
Why the Sociological Turn of the Study of Literature is Not Innovative in Itself
HUGO VERDAASDONK
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57-62
Logiques du champ littéraire
ALAIN VIALA
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63-75
Du champ (littéraire). Ambiguïtés d'une manière de faire sociologique
KOENRAAD GELDOF
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77-89
Modelling the Literary Fields: From System-Theoretical Speculations to Empirical Testing
KEES VAN REES
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91-101
Communication on Art, or the Work of Art as Communication? Bourdieu's Field of Analysis Compared with Luhmann's Systems Theory
RUDI LAERMANS
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103-113
Systems Theory and the Concept of "Communication" in Literary Studies
ELRUD IBSCH
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115-118
A Systems-Oriented Approach to Literary Studies
SIEGFRIED J. SCHMIDT
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119-136
Discourse: A Challenge for Systems Theory in Cultural Studies?
JORIS VLASSELAERS
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137-139
Communication as Challenge to Systems Theory
HENK DE BERG
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141-151
Systems Theory: What It Is and What It Is Not. On Some Current Misunderstandings in the Reception of a Systems-Theoretical Concept of Meaning
MATTHIAS PRANGEL
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153-160
Systems Theory and Discursivity
DIRK DE GEEST
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161-175
The Systems-Theoretical Perspective in Literary Studies: Arguments for a Problem Oriented Approach
DOUWE FOKKEMA
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177-185
Selected and Basic Bibliography of Works in the Systemic and Field Approaches to Literature
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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187-189
Afterword - System and Anti-System: Shaking up the Paradigms
JONATHAN HART
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190-192