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CH 10 Practice Exam - FSW 261 Chapter 10 Test: Dating, Mate...

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FSW 261 – Chapter 10 Test: Dating, Mate Selection, and Living Together True/False: 1. College students are moving away from traditional dating to a greater variety of activities. 2. Much of the non-industrialized world still practices parent-arranged marriages, but there is a global  movement toward individual choice in mate selection. 3. Parent-arranged marriages tend to strengthen and reinforce community life. 4. Economic status has very little to do with the movement away from arranged marriages. 5. Dating (as an activity) emerged with the industrialization of American society. 6. Older Americans tend to be more creative and so more varied things on dates than their adolescent  counterparts. 7. Differences in maturity levels do not affect the prospects for a long-term relationship. 8. Ethnicity and race no longer affect marital patterns in the United States. 9. Women place a higher premium on physical attraction in a relationship than men. 10. If a person is violent during dating, he or she is likely to be violent in the marriage. Multiple Choices:
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course FSW 261 taught by Professor Newlin during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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CH 10 Practice Exam - FSW 261 Chapter 10 Test: Dating, Mate...

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