Is it Taste that makes the dif­fer­ence?

For­ma­tion of jugde­ments of taste and so­cial in­equal­i­ty in art ed­u­ca­tion

To a large extent and contrary to the common individualistic description of judgements on taste, our perceptions are socially predisposed. Even though confirmed by sociology, this fact is not easy to teach. By discussing works in art history, something can be learned about the complexity of the relation between subjectivity and the social affiliation of taste.

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