Remember that values questions have a “you” in them. The goal is to involve people in relating what they see on the screen to their own lives, not to analyze the filmmaker’s technique or to engage in intellectual criticism. Allow the conversation to flow along a values and feelings track.
Pierre Bourdieu was a French sociologist and a professor at the Collège de France. Recognized as one of the most influencial social thinkers of the 20th century, Bourdieu's framework of habitus, field, practice, and capital has been widely used in education, literacy, and sociocultural studies to make sense of social and language interactions and how different power dynamics come into play in society. Some of his most influential works include Distinction, Outline of a Theory of Practice, The Field of Cultural Production, On Television, Homo Academicus, Symbolic Violence, and An Introduction to Reflexive Sociology.