The distribution of capital and the objective social roles defines the space of the positions taken. The distribution of the money may not be the same. The first two building blocks of relational sociology come from the areas and its taking. It is compared to the coordination of the interactive GPS system. In the society, we occupy a position that is relative to others. Be it at work environment or in school. The spatial distribution or social space, therefore, sums up the total collection of the positions (Susen & Turner, 2011).
Position taking involves our daily actions so as to remain within the coordination of the social space. It is all about our struggle to better our standing within the social position and how we let others know of our position. The position is structural while position taking may appear to be more of an agency. Position taking tends to improve our position in the field. The habitus or the disposition exists at the middle of the ring. This is the place that both the position and the position taking collide (Bourdieu & Wacquant, 1992).
Capital determines our social position. With the capital, we can get more of what we desire. For example, the purpose of having money is to produce more money. Capital comes from the foundation of every social life (Webb, Schirato & Danaher, 2002).
In the field of art and literature, under the field of cultural production or economic world reversed, the relationship between the agent and the field describes a series of successive positions occupied by the same incumbent. The meaning of these positions can be defined by examining the structure of the field. Therefore, the literary field is a field of positions and position takings (Webb, Schirato & Danaher, 2002).
Financial capital being the most basic consists of things such as wealth, land, and cash. Social capital Social capital entails consociates who when