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An anthropology of processes of sensory learning and their implications for social differentiation in the field of contemporary perfumery

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In this thesis, I explore distinct modes of developing sensory knowledge in the field of practice of perfumery. In particular, I discuss the often confrontational relationship that the classically educated perfumers have with the self-trained ones and argue that different practices can subsist within the reality of contemporary perfumery, leading to sometimes overlapping skills but completely different practices. Considering both cognitive and metacognitive approaches to enskilment, I opt ...

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Type of award:
MPhil
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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