While Bourdieu took social class as his subject and then examined how taste was articulated within and across these classes, Hennion's subject (amateur rock climbers, music lovers, wine tasters) are social groups who primarily exist as taste groups
(taste defines them in some essential way, and in advance of analysis).
Second, a symmetric but non-homogeneous distribution is defined over a field of five different taste groups of voters as follows.
One should note that when we change the distribution of skills in the simulations, we shall do this in a manner such that the partition of the population over the five taste groups remains the same.
The first table shows equilibrium tax rates and government relative size for a homogeneous population with the same set of preferences, whereas Table 2 shows the result for the same experiments involving a heterogeneous population partitioned into the taste groups defined earlier.
This fragmentation of the market undoubtedly echoes a larger trend in publishing and in society as a whole, as people hunker down into increasingly specialized taste groups
and cultural pods.
The community nutrition team offers six week Weight Down groups and five week Cook and Taste groups
which aim to help people across the city maintain a healthy diet.
IF you're pitta, along with Madonna and Jennifer Aniston, choose mainly sweet, bitter and astringent foods rather than pungent, sour or salty (see food taste groups
But, if the enthusiasm among our regional producers, and the five Taste groups
in particular, were the only criteria for business success, then there would not be an issue.
We put tasters through a screening procedure to ensure that they can identify the main taste groups
- sweet, sour, salty and bitter.
However, McNair believes Britain's regional taste groups
will provide valuable expertise in developing consumer and trade interest in local specialities as well as being the conduit for information to local press and other forms of direct marketing.