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According to mate selection in the us technically romantic love and finding a mate are ?

two separate things

2

Historical examination of mate selection marriage brings?

stability,both to family and community

3

Mate selection in the 1920's and 1930's people dated for fun and marriage was ______?

not the end game,the term dating started here

4

In the 1940's & 50's dating practices spread and became _________ because assumed dating would______?

essential, end in marriage

5

The 1950's had the ______ percentage of married adults

highest

6

what sociologist stated there was the six stages of dating?

Ersel Lemaster

7

what are stages1 & 2 of dating ?

First date, casual date

8

what are stages 3 & 4 of dating?

going steady(lat high school in to college),date exclusively

9

what are stages 5 & 6 of dating?

engagement and marriage was standard for middle class, lower class married younger.

10

in the 40's & 50's sex was the birth of?

manipulation destroying relationships.

11

in the 80's & 90's dating started______ and marriage was_______.

younger,delayed

12

the average age of marriage in the 80's was ______ and even older in the _____?

25, 90's

13

if at least one person has zero romantic interest it's a?

nondate

14

today there is _____ _______ to get married.

less pressure

15

Today's dating seen is____ orientated towards marriage.

Not, lack of desirable partners

16

among older americans 56 million 40+ are ?

single by every conceivable way

17

among older americans ,older men link ____ and ______.

sex, romance

18

Older couples potntial matches might ____?

have history (old flames)

19

Older couples have fewer _____ and less ______

formalities, ambiguity(people know what they want)

20

Older couples trend of older women ?

dating younger men

21

What are the 4 functions of dating?

Socialization,Recreation, Status, Mate Selection.

22

In the Exchange theory of Mate Selection we seek?

To find a mate to maximize the rewards

23

In the exchange theroy we seek others based on_____?

what they bring to the table not for looks.

24

In the exchange theory people with equivalent recourses____?

Maximizes their rewards

25

Stimulus value role theory Bernard Murstein says?

Its a step process,almost process of elimination.

26

Stimulus value role theory Bernard Murstein also states?

The mate selection goes through 3 stages.

27

What are the stages in the stimulus value role theory?

Stimulation, Exchange, 3 Role stage.

28

What is the stimulation stage ?

Do you have the hots or not,Also can be non physical.

29

what is the exchange stage?

Do you share basic values and reliefs

30

In the exchange stage what are some values and believes?

religion,politics,education, money, lifestyles.

31

What is the equity theory?

Main theme is fairness.

32

The equity theory is Opposed to the ______ theory.

exchange theory

33

The equity theory is based on______?

mutual exchange,equal when it comes to getting and giving.

34

finding and meeting your mate is like?

The Marriage Market

35

American culture = ?

try to get the best offer

36

The marriage gradient suggests men?

Marry slightly lower down the class continuum.

37

the marriage gradient states men get_____, _____, ____ _____, they become moe desirable

older,richer,more educated.

38

what are the two class components?

Hypogamy, Hypergamy

39

In class components the tendency to marry lower in class is____?

Hypogamy

40

In call components the tendency to marry upward in class is______

Hypergamy

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what is the difference between hypogamy or hypergamy?

In hypo gamy the men marry down in class and in hypergamy the women marry up in class.

42

what are the 5 places were you can meet our mate?

school , church, work, bars, personal Ads

43

What is a advantage from meeting your mate at school?

Colleges and dorms are co-ed.

44

What is a advantage from meeting your mate at church?

You already (assumed) have similar beliefs and values off the bat.

45

What is a advantage from meeting your mate at work?

depending on your profession there can be lots of access to meet.

46

What is a advantage from meeting your mate at bars?

there are lots of bars

47

why is meeting your mate are a bar rejected today?

Many say they don't want to meet a significant other from a bar.

48

What is an advantage from meeting your mate at personal ads?

No longer considered a pervert or looser and more wide spread.

49

Human sexuality we take our cues from____?

Socialization and cultur

50

in 2008 = ?

sex by numbers

51

___ of the adult population had sex atlas once.

99%

52

In 2008 ____ were virgins.

1%

53

In 2008____ had excessive homosexual sex.

1%

54

in 2008 had sexual experiences with both sexes.

5 to 14%

55

american culture today states that ____ of american people have sex once a week .

1/3

56

People having minimal sex report?

having a positive feeling about the sexual act.

57

Cohabitation singles have more ?

sex than anybody else about two times more.

58

Do we need emotions, majority of americans report?

love must be present for sexual activity and increasing.

59

Freud =

Nature Camp

60

according to freud, _____ _____ is main motivating force in all humans.

sex drive

61

Freud says sublimation=

repressing desires

62

repressing desires making them ?

sexually appropriate for society

63

in symbolic interaction approach sex is a___?

learned behavior(socially constructed)

64

_____ and _____ have an imprint on our sex lives.

culture and society

65

Only _____ learned sex from their parents

7%

66

_____ of teens would prefer to learn sex education at home.

70%

67

What are the five distinct areas that mass media influences sex?

Advertisers, television, Movies, music, internet.

68

advertisers in mass media say sex sells, women = ?

sexual exploitation

69

television was a significant sexual influence since?

the mid 80's

70

What percent of shows include some form of sexual content?

70%

71

On television unmarried heterosexual behavior is?

4 to 8 times more often

72

on television soaps are the leaders in ?

glamorizing sex

73

young people studying = ?

275 sexual content images per hour

74

movies in the late 60's and 70's significantly increased?

sexual content

75

on the internet ages 10-17 = ?

saw unwanted porn

76

in extramarital sexuality what are many types of affairs?

physical, non-physical,long, short.

77

when aging some accept the stereo types and ?

stop sex