Differences between Boudieu’s objectified, embodied, and institutionalized cultural capital
1a) Describe in your own words the differences between Boudieu’s objectified, embodied, and institutionalized cultural capital. How may exchanging one’s cultural and social capital for economic capital and vice versa reproduce existing forms of inequality in society? Give an example, situating it in a social institution (e.g. work, family, education, health, media).
2b) “it has to be posited…that economic capital is at the root of all other types of capital and [at the same time] that these transformed, disguised forms of economic capital, never entirely reducible to that definition, produce their most specific effects only to the extent that they conceal the fact that economic capital….is at the root of their effects.” (Bourdieu, p. 177, 1st ed., stress added).