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Are all of these forms of cultural capital?
- Good school/education
- High levels of stimulation as a baby/toddler
- Family all university educated and in professional jobs
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Are all of these forms of cultural capital?
- Good school/education
- High levels of stimulation as a baby/toddler
- Family all university educated and in professional jobs
I'd say that they are to some extent. But that the person's good education and family's assumed wealth would afford them to gain cultural capital through various activities - such as museum visits, trips to different countries, sports clubs, extra-curricular activites etc. etc.
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