Pierre Bourdieu's Theory Of Education Inequality And Development
Cultural capital contains aspects of how societies’ structure is formed and viewed through everyday behaviours, social interactions, society’s ‘norms’, ethnicity, values and overall lifestyle choices (Morin, M. 2012). An individual’s cultural capital is cultural, materialistic, social and symbolic enhanced and changed by ones habitus that is acquired over time. The nature and qualities that are possessed by the individual’s habitus is gained through life experiences in different contexts (Nora, A. 2004). Cultural capitals change …show more content…
Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917–2005) theory included an ecological system model of human development that helps explain agents. A child’s microsystem (the direct influencing relationships such as parents) and mesosystem (influencing interactions from different environments including school) contain relations and interacting elements crucial to the child’s academic success. (Lustig, S. L.