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Ch. 7 Notes (FAD2230)

by: Michaela Maynard

Ch. 7 Notes (FAD2230) FAD2230

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This includes all the information from the lectures on chapter 7(building relationships) including information that was verbally given. There are many examples in the notes as well statistics from...
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friendship, date, dating, pool of eligibles, marriage squeeze, Relationships, assortative mating, hooking up, sexual revolution, cohabitation, same sex, Support, females, males, Family Relationships
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Date Created: 02/24/16
FAD2230 2/3/16 Ch. 7- Building Relationships  Purpose of friendship? o Give support o Outlet o Teach us about ourselves and others o Live longer o Better health (physical and mental) o Enhance self-esteem  Friendships (Same sex) o Do friendships operate he same way for men and women?  Jonson 2004- females do not have a greater number of friends o Different types of connection  Men- focus on activity  Women- verbal and self-disclosing  Cross sex friendships o Does friendship lead to romantic feeling of dating? OR can men and women be “just friends”?  Women view cross sex relationships differently (can be friends)  If not attracted to the other person friendship can occur  You’re able to see what the other person is like in a relationship and you can see how they act  Just friends? (Harvey 2003) o 65% received/sent mixed messages about attraction o 47% were initially attracted (friend was not); struggled to remain friends o 32% reported friend was attracted to them o 30% don’t discuss romantic feelings because it has caused discomfort in the past o 26% included some romantic/sexual behavior (“extension of friendship”) o 9% had been romantically involved, and now struggling to be friends  Why date? o Desire for marriage/family/mate selection o Desire for intimacy is a common thread o Fun o Social status o Expectations of others?  How do you define… o Dating? o Getting to know each other? o Hooking up? o Hanging out? o Just talking? o Shared meaning is needed!! o How we define our dating patterns differs every generation  Where do you start? o Pool of eligibles  The group of individual who, by virtue of background or birth, are considered most likely to make compatible marriage partners  Homogamy- we tend to form relationships with those that are very similar to ourselves  Propinquity (geographic closeness) 2/5/16 Read chapters 1, 2, and 7 for exam  Marriage squeeze o China and India face crisis for ratio of men versus women  There are more men than women o US- African American males are being incarcerated and women are left with pool of eligible  Incarceration, unemployment, lower wages, morbidity/illnesses  African American men are not able to provide adequate pool of eligible for AA women  Factors that shape dating o Macro level factors  Cultural norms surrounding mate selection (do you/parents choose?)  Technology  Urbanization  Social and political movements  Dating scripts based on sex (guy pays/asks girl out/chivalry)  Racial/ethic cultural differences  Economic considerations o Micro level factors  Personal whims  Friends, connection, and ways to meet new people  Propinquity  Size of pool of eligible people o How do these factors impact dating?  Technology widens pool  Less frequent to date outside religion  Having a job shows responsibility o What do you consider when deciding on a date? What is important to you?  Dating may be focused more on looks, advantages to being with that person, adventures  Marriage focuses on a person with a drive  Assortative mating o Ex: consider for dating- attraction, values, personality o Consider for marriage- conflict, freedom o People are willing to date a wider variety of people than they would consider marrying o Same sex have a much smaller pool to choose from  How has dating changed? o Colonial times  Courtship= family centered process o Industrialization  Emergence of dating and adolescence  Mandatory education, new labor laws o Today  Dating “rules” aren’t as strict  Less limitations (mixed race couples, same sex)  Technology helps  Many relationships are for fun and not such an emphasis on a checklist for marriage  Hooking up- an event in which two people are physically intimate outside a committed relationship without the expectation of future encounters  Hooking up o No differences in rate of hooking up for  Guys or girls  Different religious groups  Family environment o More likely to  Be white/Caucasian  Report higher parental income  Use more alcohol  Have more favorable attitudes towards hooking up o Women more likely to have a negative reaction to hooking up  Post sexual revolution: cohabitation o Cohabitation  What does it mean to cohabit?  Attitude vs action  Why do people cohabit?  Used as a test/substitute for marriage  Who?  Many different ages o Couples will be happier in marriage if they live together first o It’s a good idea for couples to live together before getting married as a way to “try out” the relationship o Is cohabitation a good “test” for marriage?  Cohabiting relationships do not last very long  People who cohabit are MORE likely to have an unhappy marriage and subsequent divorce  Selection effort- certain characteristics  Causal link o How do you define single?  Voluntary temporary singles  Voluntary stable singles  Involuntary temporary singles  Involuntary stable singles Exam 1  50 multiple choice o half content(ch. 1-2) o half theory o


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