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Love and Loving Chapter 7 Love is a ___________ Experience 0. ___________ Cultures 0. Goals of whole society are given priority over individual goals 1. Members strive to be equal 2. Behavior is driven by sense of obligation and duty 0. Latinos value interdependent relationships 1. Asians emphasize importance of collective whole 1. ___________ Cultures 3. Individual goals are promoted over group goals 2. People define their identity by personal attributes 0. W___________ 1. S___________  2. E___________  level 4. Promote the idea of ___________ and ___________ History of Love and Romance 2. Ancient History 3. Examples of love and romance 5. Adam and Eve 6. Gilgamesh – 2000 BCE 7. ___________ – 970 BCE 3. Account of love and romance between bride and groom 8. ___________ – 450 BCE 4. Love was bittersweet emotion 4. Middle Ages and Renaissance 9. True era of___________, courtship 10. 16 th  century love viewed as physical union 5. Coming to America 11. ___________ were romantic lovers 12. Expected ___________ within marriage 6. Back in Europe  7. ___________ Era (1837-1901) 13. Attitudes towards sexuality were stuffy 14. Ideal of love promoted couple togetherness 8. ___________ Love 15. 20 th  century saw social change 1
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16. ___________ of women 17. Romantic attraction became accepted What is love? 9. Greek definitions 18. ___________  sexual, physical components 19. ___________ – brotherly love 20. ___________ – self sacrificing, spiritual 10. Love as a prototype – Beverley Fehr 21. Prototype is a model  22. Twelve central features of love 11. Love___________ – John Money 23. Present an ideal image of love 24. Shaped by experiences in infancy and childhood 12. ___________ love 25. Infatuation – intense, extravagant, short-lived passion for the other  person 26. Simple infatuation – a physical attraction
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