Cultural capital refers to all the non-financial assets that aid social mobility. It’s all those little extras that help people change their position and situation in the socio-economic world - their education, their intellect, the way they speak, how they carry themselves and even how they dress in certain circumstances. These things are very difficult to measure and have different measurements across cultures. Cultural capital is one of the most difficult things to be genuinely neutral about. It exists everywhere in the social world and is a whole part of the baggage/assets that . . .
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