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Can anyone explain to me how Max Weber’s thoughts on the dynamics between religion, economics, and culture can be related to Protestantism and urbanization in Western Europe?

I know that according to Max Weber--religion, economics, and culture are intertwined with each other. Can it be said that Protestantism and urbanization in Western Europe are also intertwined with each other? If so, how?

I'm really trying to connect the dots, but I really need help in doing so.

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    I mean.. Northern Europe! Not Western.

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