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omnivorous

eating food of both animal and vegetable origin, or any type of food indiscriminately
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This would be in line with the concept of "cultural omnivorousness", understood in terms of the actual volume of cultural activities (Warde and GayoCal, 2009).
HOMOLOGY AND OMNIVOROUSNESS: OVERVTEWING THE DEBATE
"Exploring Dissonance and Omnivorousness: Another Look into the Rise of Eclecticism".
(1999) "Consumption and the problem of variety: cultural omnivorousness, social distinction and dining out" Sociology, 33(1): 105-27.
2007, 'Understanding Cultural Omnivorousness: Or, the Myth of the Cultural Omnivore', Cultural Sociology, vol.
He sees the quality of 'omnivorousness' in cultural elites as symptomatic of this change: that they admit no difference between high and low culture and will confess to enjoying darts as well as Wagner (2).
The swing between sexual omnivorousness (2003: 98) and insubstantiality (2003: 112) works like Marilyn Monroe's imagery in Warhol's series, simultaneously disembodied and sexually reified.
These are the grounds on which I, like many others who cannot decide whether they love him or just suffer him, forgive the omnivorousness, and sometimes even the callousness (poor Steve!) of his triumphalism.
(2007, diciembre), "Deconstructing Cultural Omnivorousness 1982-2002: Heterology in Americans' Musical Preferences", Social Forces, vol.
"From exclusive to inclusive elites and further: Twenty years of omnivorousness and cultural diversity in arts participation in the USA." Poetics 33:299-319.