The aim of this paper is to examine blended learning as an integral component of a learning culture. By drawing on two concepts- habitus and field - we consider the cultural learning experiences of postgraduate students within the context of a Hong Kong University. It is an examination that allows for an appreciation of both an individual as well as a collective experience of blended learning and in so doing it demonstrates how power is (always) an issue within learning cultures. The paper goes on to argue that if blended learning is to achieve its goal in terms of enhancing learning there is a need to have a better understanding of learning itself where questions are asked concerning the learner, the locations where learning occurs and processes of learning. Copyright © 2020 The Author(s). All Rights Reserved.
CitationLeung, W. M. V., Tse, L. T., & Jones, E. (2020). Putting Bourdieu's concepts of habitus and field to work: Exploring blended learning. Journal of Education and Human Development, 9(1), 77-87. doi: 10.15640/jehd.v9n1a8
- Cultural learning experiences
- Blended learning
- Hong Kong