|Remodelling Bourdieu's Capitals as Power Resources|
|The system of interchangeable capitals that Pierre Bourdieu has proposed overlooks some important power sources that could incorporated to the model. In addition to economic, cultural and social capital, three more capitals should be taken into consideration. In my paper I propose that the power resources of the individual could be divided into six different capitals.
The most fundamental power resource, the capital of coercion, force and violence, must be included in a model that is applied to historical societies. The organization of communities and societies and the institutionalization of their formal positions, be it that of a chieftain, a boss or a modern executive, legislative or judicial official, has created a clearly defined power resource: political capital. The power resource provided by prestige, esteem and popularity could be conceptualized as status capital in a Weberian sense. Bourdieu's somewhat cryptic symbolic capital, which has been interpreted in several conflicting ways, shall be omitted in this model.|