“Because different conditions of existence produce different habitus–systems of generative schemes applicable, by simple transfer, to the most varied areas of practice–the practices engendered by the different habitus appear as systematic configurations of properties expressing the differences objectively inscribed in conditions of existence in the form of systems of differential deviations which, when perceived by agents endowed with the schemes of perception and appreciation necessary to identify, interpret, and evaluate their pertinent features, function as life-styles (see figure 3).

-Pierre Bourdieu, “Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste”