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    Hello, I know that cultural capital is having the knowledge of the tastes and lifestyles of the middle class, such things include visits to the museum, theatre, speaking 'properly'. however the question is 'Explain cultrual deprivation' (2marks), I'm aware it's just the opposite of cultural capital but I'm not sure how to word it, does 'Cultural deprivation means lacking the knowledge/tastes/lifestyles of the middle classes i.e someone who is culturally deprived will not value museum visits, speak in the restircted code (where sentences are not properly formed and most phrases are slang), have parents who do not encourage learning outside/within the classroom' sound okay?

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    if i remember correctly then yes, it pretty much means what you think it means

    also, have you mentioned pierre bourdieu yet? if you haven't thrn you should definitely include him.
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    (Original post by Future-Barista)
    if i remember correctly then yes, it pretty much means what you think it means

    also, have you mentioned pierre bourdieu yet? if you haven't thrn you should definitely include him.
    Thank you, I will mention him
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