How we understand what these 7 different types of capital mean

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1. Social

1.1. Responsibility and adaptability in communities

1.2. Encouraging communitas

1.3. Symbols

1.3.1. Help connect attendees and the organisation

1.3.1.1. Communicate meaning of events

1.3.2. addresses community issues

1.3.3. creates memorable experiences for attendees

1.3.3.1. detailing in experiences as apposed to products

1.4. connecting wider community and tourists

1.4.1. understanding other cultures

1.4.2. linked to human skills and interests

2. Political

2.1. community voices being heard

2.1.1. positive and negative

2.1.1.1. positive- urban development

2.1.1.1.1. building awareness for locations

2.1.2. decisions made collectively- wider society and local politicians

2.2. influential power

2.2.1. power can come across as intimidating to cimmunities

2.2.2. community individuals can integrate with organisations and shared assets

2.3. goverment

2.3.1. overseas governments playing a part in nz decisions- through media

2.3.1.1. media exposure

2.3.1.1.1. create awareness for events and country

2.4. city councils

2.4.1. local businesses

2.4.2. local economy

2.4.3. perceptions of individuals within communtiu

3. Built

3.1. transport

3.1.1. accesable

3.1.1.1. convinient

3.1.2. sense of cummunity

3.2. infrastructure

3.2.1. support activities and other capitals

3.2.1.1. all other 6 capitals

3.3. constructed to benefit community needs and facilitate production

3.3.1. successful community growth

3.4. development for future benefits

3.4.1. legacies

3.5. financial disruptions

3.5.1. negative aspect when developing in sacred and historical landmarks

4. Financial

4.1. economy

4.1.1. local economy

4.1.1.1. new businesses to create wealth

4.1.1.2. support local communities

4.1.2. tourist economy

4.2. money used to purchase capital goods

4.3. economic capital

4.3.1. economic resource measured in terms of money

4.3.1.1. entrepreneurs

4.3.1.2. businesses

4.3.1.3. this allows them to operate as an organisation

4.3.1.3.1. retail

4.3.1.3.2. corporate

4.4. resources converted into financial instruments

5. Natural

5.1. soil,geology, water, air and many other living things

5.1.1. natural resources and eco-system services

5.2. conserving natural resources to ensure sustainability

5.2.1. risk of overusing and wasteage

5.3. pollution

5.3.1. damage to natural resources

5.4. positively and negatively affects environment

5.4.1. nz benefits from a wide range of natural resources

6. Cultural

6.1. relationships, social influences and heritage

6.1.1. creativity and innovation of traditions

6.1.2. engaging with cultures

6.2. cultural events encourage homogeneity through staging of culture for an audience

6.2.1. heavy focus on maintaining one's cultural heritage

7. Human

7.1. skills and abilities of individuals, as well as their access to knowledge and

7.1.1. resources in order to better understand practices

7.1.2. improve and develop human resources

7.2. shortage of qualifications in certain areas

7.2.1. consturction

7.2.2. engineering

7.2.2.1. females

7.2.3. links to built as it comes under infrastructure and transport

7.2.4. health and social services