FormatUse complete sentences, paragraph form, proper grammar, and correct punctuation in your responses. In order to receive full credit, you must reference the textbook/additional readings in composing your responses. Any sources used should be cited accordingly (any academic format, such as MLA or APA, is fine).Discussion QuestionsChoose ONE question to answer in your post, either from Ch. 12 or Ch. 13Chapter 12: Families and RelationshipsGrowing up, did you notice a household division of labor based on gender or sex of the individuals in the house? What did you see?Why are some couples choosing to cohabitate before marriage? What effect does cohabitation have on marriage?Can you think of an example of domestic violence in a movie that you have watched recently? Is seeing domestic violence in the mass media a problem? Based on what you’ve learned about socialization, what consequences are possible?How is the “typical family” portrayed differently in the media than it used to be? Does this have an impact on real families? Why or why not?Chapter 13: Leisure and the Media(Note: Read chapter 13 from the textbook and watch Stare Into the Lights My Pretties prior to answering)How has screen culture and digital media changed social interactions? Do you believe it has deepened or weakened human connections? Defend your answer.Where do you get your news? Is it owned by a large corporate conglomerate (you can do a web search and find out!)? Does it matter to you who owns your local news outlets? Why, or why not?In what ways has the Internet affected how you view reality? Explain using a symbolic interactionist perspective.Contrast a functionalist viewpoint of digital surveillance with a conflict perspective viewpoint.