Pierre Bourdieu, one of the leading thinkers of the 20th century, introduced not only new concepts to the social sciences, field but also expanded the scope of existing concepts. Bourdieu brought a critical perspective to the dualities between concepts, based on the assumption that the explanatory power of each concept and theory can change according to the phenomenon and event being studied. Bourdieu's concepts of field, habitus and capital try to make sense of the factors that trigger the action itself in social sciences by establishing two-way, reflexive circular relations between cause and effect. In this study, the concepts such as field, habitus and capital, which Bourdieu developed with an intervention based understanding of the dualities in the social sciences; It aims to reveal that it is effective in making sense and interpreting literary texts. The study also opens the door to new literary studies to be made with these concepts of Bourdieu.
Field, Dede Korkut Stories, habitus, Pierre Bourdieu, capital.