What ideas or concepts that we’ve discussed thus far are illustrated by these responses?

You will survey at least 5 peers or family members about their views of marriage and families…
Questions to ask of all respondents:1. Does a couple have to be married to count as a family? Why or why not?2. Is the presence of children a requirement for being counted as family? Why or why not?3. Do gay and lesbian couples count as family? Why or why not?4. Do housemates/roommates count as family? Why or why not?5. Any additional questions you would like to ask…[additional background info to get about each respondent: age, gender, race/ethnicity]
Your task in the paper is to apply a sociological perspective to analyzing the responses…
Include the following key sections:• Describe who you spoke to (age, gender, etc.) and any additional questions you asked• Summarize the main patterns of their responses: Were there similarities among individuals in how they responded? How did the responses differ? Did this vary by demographics, such as did menand women (or older and younger individuals, etc.) answer differently? NOTE: do not simply discuss each individual respondent one after another; your job here is to present the overall patterns and similarities/differences – use individual responses as examples to support those patterns.
• What ideas or concepts that we’ve discussed thus far are illustrated by these responses? Based on the Powell reading (“Changing Counts, Counting Change”), are you able to classify these individuals as exclusionists, exclusionists, or moderates? Here’s also a video of Powell talking about how people define “family.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cilXoZqcak
 How does a sociological perspective help us make sense of different views of marriage and family?
You’ll write 3 pages, double-spaced, 12-point font