CHAPTER 7 OUTLINE

CHAPTER 7 OUTLINE - FAS 332 CONLON CHAPTER 7 OUTLINE I....

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FAS 332 CONLON CHAPTER 7 OUTLINE I. Physical Attractiveness What defines beauty? CULTURALLY DIFFERENT AFRICA: RINGS (NECK), DISCS (MOUTH), BIG LABIAS, CURVES ; AMERICA: LONG LEGS, TALL MEN, THIN (MUSCULAR), SKINNY, WIDE, BIG EYES Differing perspectives of physical attractiveness. WOMEN TALLER; AMERICAN MEN SMALLER, SHORTER, SMALL NOSE, BIG EYES, LARGE LIPS, PRETTY HAIR; LATINO MEN LARGE, CURVES II. Attraction-Similarity Hypothesis PEOPLE WHO ARE ATTRACTIVE TEND TO DATE OTHERS WHO ARE EQUALLY AS ATTRACTIVE **MORE LIKELY TO DATE PEOPLE CLOSE TO THEM, AND WHO LIKE THEM BACK** Propinquity NEARNESS (CLOSE/SAME NEIGHBORHOODS) Reciprocity – MUTUAL EXCHANGE (WE LIKE PEOPLE WHO LIKE US) Similarity COMMON INTERESTS III. Love Storge LOVING ATTACHMENT, DEEP FRIENDSHIP, OR NONSEXUAL AFFECTION (PARENTS – CHILDREN, FRIENDS) Agape SELFLESS LOVE (GIVING) Philia FRIENDSHIP, LIKING, RESPECT Eros PASSION (LOVE @ 1 ST SIGHT) IV. Romantic Love Infatuation STATE OF INTENSE ABSORPTION OR FOCUS ON ANOTHER
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course FAS 332 taught by Professor Christopher during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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