There is a danger, endemic to sociological analysis, of allowing the cultural and social variables thatwemapped inChapter 3 to be subject tomore examination than the characteristics of individuals themselves.We have indicated, however, that this would be problematic in several respects. Following the critique of the reductive concept of habitus by Lahire, we need to explore the degree of consistency and coherence in the cultural practices and tastes of different individuals. Noting Bourdieu’s own insistence that cultural capital has an embodied aspect, this will allowus to consider how far individuals articulate different kinds of cultural capital, and if so, what kinds. Can we delineate cultural omnivores, or snobs, or aesthetes, and if so, what kinds of people have these sorts of engagementwith cultural life and how are they located in social space?