Key Concepts

Correlated (c) or Oppositional (o) Concepts

Social Capital

Social status/class Access to benefits

Capital transfer/capital sharing Social structure reproduction

Deficit framing (c) Power (c)

Community Cultural Wealth

Non-deficit framing Experience-centered

Role of the family/community Narratives/storytelling

Six forms of capital

Racial focus (c)

Traditional capital primacy (o)

Funds of Knowledge

Non-deficit framing Learning participation Informal knowledge

Role of the family/community Personal agency

Dark funds of knowledge

Traditional capital primacy (o) Narratives/storytelling (c)

Social Cognitive Career Theory

Self-efficacy Personal agency Decision making Aspiration

Environmental context Career/academic intent

Choice processes (c)