How do Marxist/feminist say the family offer little indidivual choice? (alvl socio)

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Jeonkook
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So the question asks to evaluate the view that individual choice in personal relationships has made family life less important. I need to counter this argument by either using Marxist or feminist pov but I'm not sure what points I can make and how to link it back to the q? If anyone could give me any ideas that would be great thanks

For reference (if it helps) exam board= AQA
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No idea how to answer the question but why on earth are the options only marxism or feminism? It sounds like some far right trope worthy of the user @pinkist (who might actually be able to help given his peculiar hard on for these two specific topics).
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09rx3w0

In a rather trivial way, this play explores some of the ideas that conflict between extreme feminism and the idea of personal choice vs. the idea of the family unit. Its a good listen.
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