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March 12, 2009

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Michael F. Martin

"but there is a substantial body of empirical work showing that high culture is not born but made. It is the effect of specific patterns of cultural circulation, taste formation and education, the work of experts (such as reviewers), etcetera."

When I read Rob's post, I pictured the professonals as the group of experts and reviewers that decides who gets to join their ranks and why.

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