The Last Hour: A Study about Homicides and Social Exclusion
Another author referenced, Pierre Bourdieu in "The biographical illusion," states that “a life is inseparably the set of events of an individual existence conceived as a story and the reporting of this story." We found in our research that all of the mentioned relations (leisure, family, religion) they are restricted geographically to the way that the individual travels from home to work and experienced in the gaps left over from the time not spent at work. Considering that all the activities carried out by respondents are poorly paid and require a commitment of time often higher than other workers, the limitations of social relations are difficult to overcome.
In this research, "the life organized as a story" brings us to the set of activities which form socially the individual, such as leisure, personal relationships, relationships work, sports or games as elements that were part of the construction of the break with the social code more important, which is that of not kill.