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Sociological aspects of the analysis of the notion of capital in the modern sociological theory

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The basic theoretical approaches to the interpretation of capital as one of the crucial concepts of modern sociological theory are analyzed. The meaning and the mutual influence of different forms of capitals (economic, political, social, cultural, and symbolic capitals) which can be present in the incorporated, objectified, and institutionalized states are substantiated.

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