Prompt: Write a blog post analyzing your chosen familial trend using the three relevant sociological perspectives: conflict perspective, functionalism perspective,and symbolic interactionism perspective. Sociologists use paradigms, or sociological theories, to help explain social life. For example, a functionalism theoristmight look at the changing mealtime experience in purely structural terms. Quite simply, a family may be unable to coordinate its schedule to allow for timetogether at a common meal because of work, technology, and other commitments. However, a symbolic interactionist may analyze this changing family dynamicby asking how families have come to define food and communication. Or a conflict theorist might point to disparities and hunger as core reasons families are noteating meals together. This blog post will serve to help you look at your familial topic from the three core sociological perspectives and be useful to you as youcompose your magazine article’s section on theory. Use the final project’s Sociological Analysis (section III) to guide your writing.Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed:III. Sociological Analysis: You will now analyze your chosen scenario, using the three relevant sociological perspectives: conflict perspective,functionalism perspective, and symbolic interactionism perspective.A. Apply the conflict perspective to explain why the familial trend affects families differently. Apply this perspective specifically to your previouscomparisons to explain any differences in how the trend affects cultures. If there were not any differences, use the perspective to explaingenerally why different families have different experiences.B. Apply the functionalist perspective to explain the benefit of the familial trend on society. How does the familial trend influence the familydynamic and therefore positively influence other social institutions and society as a whole?C. Apply the symbolic interactionist perspective to analyze how families define their meaning and how this definition changes. How does symbolicinteractionist theory explain the ways that families define themselves and how this definition evolves?