Erotic Capital

@inproceedings{Hakim2010EroticC,
  title={Erotic Capital},
  author={Catherine Hakim},
  year={2010}
}
  • Catherine Hakim
  • Published 2010
  • We present a new theory of erotic capital as a fourth personal asset, an important addition to economic, cultural, and social capital. Erotic capital has six, or possibly seven, distinct elements, one of which has been characterized as ‘emotional labour’. Erotic capital is increasingly important in the sexualized culture of affluent modern societies. Erotic capital is not only a major asset in mating and marriage markets, but can also be important in labour markets, the media, politics… CONTINUE READING
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