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Bourdieu's concept of cultural capital is a potent theoretical device in the analysis of the correlation between familial educational background and individual student performance and outcomes in higher education. The theory of cultural capital enables culture to be conceived as an asset that furnishes its possessors with advantages that can be transferred from parent to child. This paper explores how the possession of cultural capital by students of English as a foreign language at a Saudidoi:10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.10n.4p.77 fatcat:jjneauqsmnhznmpu23o2lpg2qq