Topic: Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber had different viewpoints on the nature of religion and its social significance. Briefly explain the viewpoints of each. Which theorist’s views have the most to offer in explaining the rise of national and international fundamentalism today? Why?

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Directions: Pick ONE of the following questions to answer and meet the criteria below.

Your answer needs to be at least 300 words in length. (10 points)
It must include at least one page number from our book, showing me where you found your information. (10 points)
You must also have at least one source in your answer that is NOT from the textbook. Your new source should add additional information, not found in the textbook, to the answer. You need to explain the information your found in your new source in your answer. (10 points)
Increases in cohabitation and single-parent households suggest that marriage may be beginning to fall by the wayside in our contemporary society. However, as your book shows, marriage and family remain firmly established institutions in our society. Explain the rising pattern of cohabitation and single-parent households and show how these seemingly paradoxical trends can be reconciled with the claims offered by our book.
Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber had different viewpoints on the nature of religion and its social significance. Briefly explain the viewpoints of each. Which theorist’s views have the most to offer in explaining the rise of national and international fundamentalism today? Why?
This chapter in our book explains that family life in today’s society is more and more about making choices. What are the underlying reasons that family life is more varied today than it was, say, a century ago?

Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Subject-Sociology
Pages / words-1 / 275
Academic level-High School
Paper format-MLA
Line spacing-Double
Language style-US English

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