SOLUTION AT My Australian Academy
Analyze one category of consumer products as an instance of objectified cultural capital and describe what it ismeant to reflect about their owner’s social position.Respond to the following question: Do you think something as seemingly simple as a painting or piece offurniture helps reproduce class inequalities, as Bourdieu argues? Explain why or why not.Describe what social class you believe you belong to and how you exhibit it to others through your objectifiedcultural capital.Finally, the video on social class presented that a member of the middle class can be accepted to a highersocial class based on his profession and wealth, but in his home town amongst family and friends he willalways be seen as the class he was born in to. Do you agree that this is still true in society today? Explain whyor why not.