You have been working with a client to design an office suite for her cosmetics business. She has been working out of the home and has become successful enough to take her business to the next level. You have ordered some very nice pieces of furniture for her office, which were quite expensive and cannot be returned. However, two pieces are back ordered. You have also completed some of the initial work, and the carpets are down and the walls painted. Of the $30,000 budget, $20,000 is spent. That $20,000 includes the high-end office furniture on order and back order. The remaining $10,000 was to be spent on similar high-end furniture for the reception area. You are in the final stages of these choices when you get the final following message from the client:
Client: I am so sorry, but I just can’t afford to have you finish the job. My largest wholesaler just went out of business and I don’t know what to do. That was my biggest client, so I am not sure if I can afford to expand. I wish you had never talked me into all of that high-end furniture. I have a meeting with the firm that bought out my wholesaler next week. I don’t know how that is going to turn out, but for now, I want to return the furniture and get my money back. I am really freaking out here and need you to get me out of this!
Explain how you would respond, and make sure that you include the key steps of identifying the actual problem and active listening in your response. You should also come up with two solutions that you could propose to the client.
The theme I have examined is religion, as guessed by Emile Durkheim and Max Weber. Religion can be perceived in each culture far and wide. Along these lines, sociologists look at it keeping in mind the end goal to comprehend why religion and the convictions and practices related with religion, are so noteworthy and the position they play inside society (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p610). Durkheim and Weber both completed their work around the turn of the nineteenth century. Both were held by the religion and its part in the public arena (Nisbet, 1975). In any case, the both contemplated religion shape two altogether different viewpoints, albeit both idea in transformative terms (Parsons, 1964, p xxvii). Durkheim holds a collectivist perspective of society, investigating it from the point of view that religion cohesively affects individuals through sharing qualities, images and social standards (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p611). Weber then again, has a more independent point of view. He concentrated on the human science of religion, for example, the connection between religious thoughts and duties, with other sociological angles, for example, human conduct in connection to financial matters Parsons, 1964, p xx). Durkheim was conceived in 1958 in France. His work, based on social change and modern culture, in any case, he ended up concentrated on social and good request and how it was accomplished and kept up in the public arena. Specifically, the progress between conventional society and current society, and how this impacts how social structures and connections are adjusted and looked after (Dillon, 2010 p79). Durkheim was occupied with giving a logical premise to human science and characterizing social science as field of study which he examines in “The Rules of Sociological Method” (Calhoun, et, al., 2007, p 135). Amid his lifetime, he distributed broadly. “The Division of Labor”, where he inspected social union inside the cutting edge industrialize society. “Suicide” talked about decreasing social bonds in present day society, and this impacts examples of suicide. “The Elementary Forms of Religious Life” looks at how the social starting points and capacity of religion and convictions related with it, and how they are strengthened by customs and services (Calhoun, 2007, p136). Durkheim, alongside Marx and Weber, is presently observed as a to a great degree critical traditional scholar, and has had an impact crosswise over numerous territories, for example, training, religion, and wellbeing (Calhoun, 2007, p 133). Durkheim composed broadly in the region of religion. He perceived that religion was a social idea that should have been investigated all by itself, as a crude and straightforward level. He hoped to characterize religion which he finished up was “a bound together arrangement of convictions and practices with respect to holy things, in other words, things set apart and taboo – convictions and practices which join into one single good network called a Church, each one of the individuals who cling to them” (Durkheim, 1976, p47). This definition proposes that religion is aggregate inside society and ought to be inspected along these lines. He distinguished the elements of religion in the public eye. As indicated by Durkheim, religion is a social strong. In the event that individuals share a religion, the common convictions esteems and images, they are joined by these, thusly it religion as a firm among these individuals. He recommends that accordingly, religion underlies our good and enthusiastic connections with others. (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p611). He guaranteed that religion does not strife with science. It isn’t there to upgrade our insight, rather it is there keeping in mind the end goal to give a manual for the manner in which we act and live (Durkheim, 1976, p416). The essential aim of religion is to impact the lesson of life (Durkheim, 1976, p420). On a very basic level, the undertaking of religion is saving an ordinary, positive life (Durkheim, 1976, p29). Durkheim additionally guarantees that we sort out life into the holy and the degrade, and neither can exist without the other (Durkheim, 1976, p308). The sacrosanct is characterized as anything that is unprecedented and imparts a feeling of veneration and once in a while fear (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p611). Another capacity of religion, as indicated by Durkheim, is that religion gives a feeling of reason, which means and solace (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p612). Durkheim proposes it reinforces a man’s good and feeing of “gatekeeper bolster”. It enables individuals to ascend out of themselves, which at that point helps shape their activity and conduct, which brings about the aggregate firm effect on society. This, he says, is the way the social establishment of religion works, subsequently it is society itself that is the wellspring of the activity guided by religion (Durkheim, 1976, p418). He recommends that the fantasy of a perfect society, a hopeful society that would dispose of abhorrence and sufferings, propose religion, as this is the thing that religion goes for. This shows religion proposes the goals of society, rather than clarifying it (Durkheim, 1976, p420). Durkheim contemplated religion from a collectivist viewpoint. He perceived that society was winding up more nonconformist, anyway he trusted that this collectivist society still existed however in another shape. He trusted that the new independent types of religion were essentially another type of collectivist structures in the public arena (Durkheim, 1976, p425). He guaranteed that religious convictions were not the individual, but rather were basic convictions having a place with a gathering joined by these convictions (Durkheim, 1976, p43). Durkheim likewise considered the social marvels of religion in connection to how it compels social conduct (Dillon, 2010, p118). His view was that the religious images and symbolism are utilized by society to support congruity, and impart these into social standards. Religion is utilized as a part of request to legitimize these social standards, for instance, standards encompassing marriage and generation (Macionis and Plummer, 2008, p612). Max Weber was conceived in Germany in 1964 to a Protestant family. Regardless of being a prepared as a legal advisor and student of history, he ended up keen on the sociologies, specifically financial aspects. His exploration was ended by a time of genuine gloom, be that as it may, the vast majority of his noticeable work was done after his breakdown, for example, “The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism” (Calhoun, et al., 2007, p206). Weber was especially keen on the social and non-monetary sources identified with social activity. He examines the wellsprings of social wonders from an authentic and social point of view and how they affected the practices inside social foundations. He was a direct left supporter of German patriotism, and helped found the German Democratic Party, and in addition having an influence in the Treaty of Versailles and the Weimar Constitution, before he passed on in 1920 (Dillon, 2010, pp117-118). Like Durkheim, Weber perceived that there is definitely not a known society, that does exclude something that can be delegated religion (Parson, 1964, p xxvii). In spite of the fact that he likewise thought in developmental terms, he was more connected by frameworks of significance, which can be deciphered (Parsons, 1964, xxvii). He contemplated the subjective importance and perspectives of religion, and its social and verifiable inceptions, and in addition how these create institutional practices (Dillon, 2010, p117). He examined the religious and social convictions that are at the wellspring of religious and social structures (Dillon, 2010, p119). He trusted that these convictions and qualities are deserving of examination as they are what shape social foundations (Dillon, 2010, p125). He trusted that religion assumed a part of stereotyping inside society, as it structures and jam social gatherings and relationship and gives a social character to gatherings. He kept up that religion communicated with other social and social perspectives (Harrington, 2005, p67). Weber’s most noticeable work, “The Protestant ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism”, examined the cooperation between>