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The group can produce man kinds of commons that limit the costs born by the individual.
The individual can then draw on this capital.
- Demographic Human Capital
- Informal Capital
- Group Strategic Capital (Cultural Capital) the shared outlook, beliefs, knowledge, and skills that are passed between generations, which may in turn influence human capital.
- Group Traditional Capital ( institutional organization, myth, religion)
- Normative Capital – in particular Truth (before Face) Capital
- Formal Institutional capital
- Scientific and Technological Capital
- Economic Capital
- Strategic Capitcal
And the individual can make use of
- Family and individual Genetic Capital
- Individual Fitness (health and ability) capital
- Family Class Behavioral Capital
- Individual Social capital: the social network to which one belongs, which can largely influence one’s ability to find opportunities, especially employment
- Individual Human capital: the education and job training a person receives, and which contributes to the likelihood that one will acquire social capital
- Individual Economic capital: the income and wealth of a person, which may well come along with one’s inheritance of cultural capital.
- Symbolic (status) capital.
see: Pierre Bourdieu