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SYMBOLIC POWER
SYMBOLIC VIOLENCE
PRESTIGE
SYMBOLIC CAPITAL
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Definitions

  1. Symbolic capital is a kind of legitimacy, and this legitimacy is a credit that can be deployed as symbolic power.
  2. Symbolic capital is "denied capital;"(6) it disguises the underlying "interested" relations to which it is related, giving them legitimation.
  3. Symbolic capital is any species of capital that is perceived through socially inculcated classificatory schemes.

Symbolic Power

  1. Symbolic capital is a kind of legitimacy, and this legitimacy is a credit that can be deployed as symbolic power.

Symbolic Violence

  1. Swartz provides an excellent overview of key concepts such as "symbolic capital", "habitus", "field" and "symbolic violence".

Prestige

  1. Symbolic Capital in the forms of prestige, honours, etc.

Symbolic Capital

  1. Bourdieu sees symbolic capital (e.g., prestige, honour, attention) as a crucial source of power.
  2. The power to arbitrarily determine what constitutes legitimate cultural capital within a specific field is derived from symbolic capital.
  3. He extended the idea of capital to categories such as social capital, cultural capital, and symbolic capital.

Categories

  1. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Cultural Capital
  2. Social Capital
  3. Bourdieu
  4. Specific Field
  5. Prestige
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