Sense of belonging in the society

Sense of belonging in the society - Sense of belonging in...

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Sense of belonging in the society Sense of the other position’s in society and life Sense of self, position in society My preferences, orientation in the world Disposition, likes and dislikes, habbits Aware of habbitus, when im awaty from my comfort zone, 5 star restaurant out of place born with a silver spoon, very aware with high class Culture: golf don’t have the knowledge. Comfortable in working class habbitus – family Wealth = Capital Life is comprise of different form of capital – money, social capital – network, friendship circles. (Cooperate executives, CEO) Cultural Capital (form of knowledge) – experience Symbolic, in 4 years time we’ll have our letter BSC that elevate and recognitions Culture and symbolic is closely linked. Economical capital Disposable income – income that can dispose on our luxury Disposable time – working class (working for 10 – 12 hourrs) = 0 To get involve in sports activity Cultural capital ur experience, knowledge Whatever im expose to Expose to more = more comfortable in more different setting (traveler, first time in urban setting) Social capital = social network Greater sort of network and good network, greater access to sport activity Through sport activity to access good and better social network Social Mobility: The ability to move from one social class to another social class. Does not change, sense of self and
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course KINE 1000 taught by Professor Safai during the Spring '09 term at York University.

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