Test: Sociology

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Émile Durkheim postulated that religion exists in society in order for individuals to have a common set of beliefs and practices that results in social cohesion and the reaffirmation of societal bonds. This statement belongs to which of the following classifications of sociological religious theory?

Weberian 

Post-structuralist

Marxist 

Symbolic interactionist

Structural functionalist

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